Maine Politics

From the Piscataqua to the St. John

Thursday, September 15, 2005

Pat LaMarche

According to the latest Maine Green Independent Party minutes sent out by email, Pat LaMarche will be announcing her gubernatorial candidacy the Friday after Thanksgiving.

Lamarche recieved 7% of the vote for governor in 1998 (allowing the Greens to regain ballot status) and was the vice-presidential candidate for the national Green Party in 2004.

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I enrolled as a Green the day after the June 2004 primary, and then was the campaign manager for one of the four competitive Green candidates in Portland, up until a pro (my wife, still a Dem) could take over the GOTV phase.

I don't get _any_ email from _any_ Greens, other than my former candidate (Elizabeth Trice) -- not John Eder, not Ben Chipman, not ...

What _is_ the secret handshake??? 

Posted by Eric Brunner-Williams

9/27/2005 06:37:00 PM


I don't know what is. However, who is, is Jacqui D. 

Posted by Anonymous

10/09/2005 11:21:00 PM


The "Green Party" is lost with the extreme liberal stance it takes, it isolates itself. I have found many through out the land who laugh when I tell them it has a following in Maine. With no solid platform, and a huge lack of continuity the Greens, seem doomed to remain only in the municipal level of gov. which is spotty for them even still.  

Posted by Chris

5/26/2006 04:10:00 AM



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