From Green Party US:
Election results http://www.greenpartywatch.org/2014/11/04/green-party-2014-election-results and http://gp.org/election-wrapup
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Green Party made several advances in the 2014 general election on November 4, with Green candidates winning 27 seats and ballot lines held for most state Green Parties.
The most closely watched Green races were in Richmond, California, where outgoing Mayor Gayle McLaughlin overcame a $3-million campaign by Chevron to defeat her slate, and New York, where Howie Hawkins challenged incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Continue Reading
From Napa Valley Patch:
Green Party officeholders will appear on a “Greens in Government” discussion panel on June 22 at 7:30 p.m. at Slack Collective Studios, 964 Pearl St. suite B, in Napa, California.
There are over 130 Green Party officeholders in local government across the country, including 40 in California. Panelists will include Gayle McLaughlin, Mayor of Richmond – the highest elected Green in California, as well as Bruce Delgado, Mayor of Marina, Renée Goddard, Fairfax Town Council, and Jesse Townley, Berkeley Rent Board Commissioner.
The “Greens in Government” panel is being organized as a part of the Green Party of California General Assembly, which will also take place in Napa on June 22nd and 23rd. The General Assembly consists of Green Party delegates from counties throughout California and is the highest decision-making body within the Green Party of California. Continue Reading
In a big victory for California Greens, Gayle McLaughlin was re-elected as mayor of Richmond, CA, with 40% of the vote in a 3-way race. Richmond, a Bay Area city with a population of over 100,000, remains the largest US city with a Green Party mayor.
In Mendocino County, former congressman and Voice Of The Environment executive director Dan Hamburg won a hotly contested race for 5th District Supervisor with 55.3% of the vote.
In Monterey County, Bruce Delgado was re-elected as mayor of Marina with 57% of the vote.