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Results of the 2020 Green Party presidential primaries

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This article contains the results of the 2020 Green Party presidential primaries and caucuses, the processes by which the Green Party of the United States selects delegates to attend the 2020 Green National Convention.

Results and calendar

Date
(daily totals)
Total national
delegates[1]
Contest[a] Delegates won and popular vote[b] Source
Howie Hawkins Dario
Hunter
David
Rolde
Sedinam
Moyowasifza-Curry
Dennis
Lambert
Kent
Mesplay
Susan
Buscher Lochocki
Jesse
Ventura
Chad
Wilson
No Preference
Uncommitted
Undeclared
February 29 7 Ohio 3
64 (42.95 %)
3
51 (34.23%)

6 (4.03%)

6 (4.03%)
1
13 (8.73%)

1 (0.67%)

2 (1.34%)

2 (1.34%)

[2][3]
March 3
(Super Tuesday)
(58)
43 California 16
4,202 (36.2%)
9
2,558 (22.0%)
3
774 (6.7%)
8
2,071 (17.8%)
7
1,999 (17.2%)




[4]
11 Massachusetts 1
217 (13.4%)
2
224 (13.8%)

4 (0.2%)
1
141 (8.7%)

55 (3.4%)
7
979 (60.4%)
[5]
4 North Carolina 4
247 (60.54%)








161 (39.46%)
[6]
March 10 7 Missouri 2.5
170 (33.27%)
1.5
110 (21.52%)
1
82 (16.05%)





2
149 (29.16%)
[7][8]
March 14 27 Illinois 20
(73%)
7
(27%)







[9]
April 17 7 Colorado 4
29 (63.3%)
2
13 (28.3%)

1 (2.2%)

2 (4.3%)




1
N/A[c] (9.0%)
[10]
April 18 26 Texas 20
40 (46.51%)
3
16 (18.60%)

1 (1.16%)

3 (3.49%)

3 (3.49%)
2
13 (15.12%)
1
4 (4.65%)

1 (1.16%)

5 (5.81%)
[11]
April 21 4 Wisconsin 2
(50.0%)
2
(47.0%)

(1.6%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)
[12]
April 25 4 New Mexico 3
N/A
1
N/A

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)
[13]
April 26 5 Virginia 3.5
44 (65.7%
1.5
23 (34.3%)

eliminated
in round 2/4
eliminated
in round 3/4

[14]
April 28 (15) 11 Pennsylvania 6
80 (53.3%)
5
62 (41.3%)

1 (0.7%)


1 (0.7%)




2 (1.3%)
[15]
4 Utah 2
22 (47.82%)
1
17 (36.95%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)
1
7 (15.22%)
[16]
May 2 4 South Carolina 4
(100%)

(0%)

(0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)
[17]
May 3 4 Arkansas 4
(100%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)
[18]
May 5 4 Tennessee 2
N/A
1
N/A
.5
0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)
.5
0 (0%)

0 (0%)
[19]
May 6 5 New Jersey 5
44 (78.6%)

4 (7.1%)

0 (0%)

2 (3.6%)

0 (0%)

1 (1.8%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

[20]
May 9 21 New York 17
(80%)
4
(20%)

(0%)





[21]
May 12 5 West Virginia 5
(78.3%)

(4.3%)

(8.7%)





(8.7%)

[22]
May 17 4 Kansas 4
(100%)

(0%)

(0%)






[23]
May 23
(10)
6 Arizona 3 2 1 [24]
4 Hawaii 2
4 (33.3%)
2
5 (41.6%)

1 (8.3%)

1 (8.3%)

1 (8.3%)

[25]
May 24 4 Young Ecosocialists 4
51 (69.86%)

7 (9.59%)

0 (0%)

15 (20.55%)
[26]
May 28 4
Exclude From Total
Rhode Island Abstention[d] [27]
May 30
(25)
9 Florida 6
78 (67.8%)
3
26 (22.6%)

2 (1.7%)

9 (7.8%)
[28]
4 Idaho 4 [29]
8 Maryland 5
34 (68.0%)
3
16 (32.0%)
eliminated
in round 1/4
eliminated
in round 3/4
eliminated
in round 1/4
[30]
4 Mississippi 3 1
[31]
June 1 4 Indiana 1.5
27 (43.5%)
1
16 (25.81%)
0 (0%) eliminated
in round 2/3
eliminated
in round 1/3
eliminated
in round 1/3
eliminated
in round 1/3
1
19 (30.65%)
eliminated
in round 1/3
.5
49 (44.14%)
[32]
June 2
(8)
4 District of Columbia 4
NA (NA)
NA[e] [33]
4
Exclude From Total
Montana 0
350 (100%)
[34]
June 6 7 Oregon[f] 3
25 (42.0%)
2
19 (32.0%)
eliminated
in round 2/5
1
10 (17.0%)
1
3 (5.0%)
eliminated
in round 3/5
eliminated
in round 3/5
eliminated
in round 4/5
[35]
June 9 4 Nevada 4
(84.4%)

(3.1%)

(0%)

(12.5%)
[36]
June 12 12 Maine 3
6
1 2 [g] [37]
June 13 5 Washington 2
29 (44.6%)
3
36 (55.4%)
eliminated
in round 1/3
eliminated
in round 1/3
eliminated
in round 1/3
eliminated
in round 1/3
eliminated
in round 1/3
eliminated
in round 2/3
eliminated
in round 1/3
eliminated
in round 2/3
[38]
June 14
(15)
11 Connecticut 6
NA (NA)
3 NA 2 [39]
3[h] Nebraska 1
2 (33.33%)
1
2 (33.33%)

0 (0%)
1
2 (33.33%)
[40][41]
June 19 0 Alaska
1 (14.3%)

1 (14.3%)
0
5 (71.4%)
[42]
June 20
(23)
4 Lavender Greens 2
41 (51.2%)
2
34 (42.5%)

2 (2.5%)

2 (2.5%)

1 (1.1%)
[43]
15 Michigan 7
48 (47.06)
3
19 (18.63)

0 (0%)
.5
2 (1.9%)

1 (>1%)

1 (>1%)

0 (0%)
3
26 (36.1%)

1 (>1%)
1.5
5 (6.9%)
[44]
June 23 4 Women's Caucus 2
NA (NA)
2
NA (NA)
[45]
June 24 4 Alabama 3
4 (67%)
1
2 (33%)
[46]
June 28 4 Georgia 4
12 (92.3%)

1 (7.69%)

0 (0%)
[47]
June 29
[i]
6 Minnesota 0
0 (0 %)
6
NA (81.25)
0
0 (0 %)
0
0 (0 %)
0
0 (0 %)
0
0 (0 %)
0
0 (0 %)
0
0 (0 %)
0
0 (0 %)
0
0 (0 %)
[48][49]
4 Latinx Caucus NA (NA) 3
NA (NA)
[50]
June 30 4 Delaware 1.5
NA (NA)
2.5
NA (NA)
[51]
July 3 4 Kentucky 4
5 (83.33%)

1 (16.67)

0 (0%)
[52]
July 5 2 Louisiana[j] 1
NA (40%)
1
(60%)
[53][54]
July 8 3 Oklahoma 1
NA (28.73%)
1
NA (34.48%)
½
NA (17.24%)
½
NA (18.54%)
[55]
July 9 4 Black Caucus 2
2 (50%)
2
2 (50%)
[56]
July 10 4 Iowa 1
NA (NA%)
2
NA (NA%)
[57]
July 9–12 2020 Green National Convention
Current awarded delegate total:
357 delegates out of 358 delegates. [1]
205 98.5 5 11.5 9 2 1 7 ½ 17.5

Results by state

Minnesota caucus

The Green Party of Minnesota held its caucus (a non-binding straw poll which has no impact on choosing delegates) on February 25, 2020. Dario Hunter won the caucuses with 81.25% of the vote, however the delegates apportioned will be determined at the state convention in June.[48]

The caucus used ranked-choice voting. However, Hunter won in the first round.[48]

Minnesota Green Party presidential caucus, February 25, 2020[48]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Dario Hunter 81.25% TBD
Others 18.75% TBD
Total 100.00% 6

Ohio caucus

Ohio Green Party presidential caucus, February 29, 2020 – June 2, 2020[58][59]


Partial Results of Feb. 29: Mail and Online Voting Continues Until June 2

Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Howie Hawkins 64 42.95% 3
Dario Hunter 51 34.23% 3
Dennis Lambert 13 8.73% 1
Sedinam Moyowasifza Curry 6 4.03% 0
David Rolde 6 4.03% 0
Susan Lochocki 2 1.34% 0
Chad Wilson 2 1.34% 0
Kent Mesplay 1 0.67% 0
Total 145 100.00% 7

California primary

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County results — California
California Green Party presidential primary, March 3, 2020[60]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Howie Hawkins 4,202 36.2% 16 estimated
Dario Hunter 2,558 22.0% 9 estimated
Sedinam Moyowasifza-Curry 2,071 17.8% 8 estimated
Dennis Lambert 1,999 17.2% 7 estimated
David Rolde 774 6.7% 3 estimated
Total 9,656 100.00% 43

Massachusetts primary

County results, excluding "No Preference" — Massachusetts.       Hunter   Hawkins     Curry   Tie
County results, excluding "No Preference" — Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Green Party presidential primary, March 3, 2020[61][k]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
No Preference (Blanks & Other Write-ins) 979 60.4 7 estimated
Dario Hunter 224 13.8 2 estimated
Howie Hawkins 217 13.4 1 estimated
Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry 141 8.7 1 estimated
Kent Mesplay 55 3.4 0
David Rolde 4 0.2 0
Total 1620 100.00% 11

North Carolina primary

North Carolina Green Party presidential primary, March 3, 2020[62]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Howie Hawkins 247 60.54% 4
No Preference 161 39.46% 0
Total 408 100.00% 4

Missouri primary

County results — Missouri.       Hawkins   Uncommitted   Hunter     Rolde   Tie
County results — Missouri.
Missouri Green Party presidential primary, March 10, 2020[63]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Howie Hawkins 170 33.27% 3 estimated
Uncommitted 149 29.16% 0
Dario Hunter 110 21.52% 2 estimated
David Rolde 82 16.05% 2 estimated
Total 511 100.00% 7

Illinois primary

Illinois Green Party presidential primary, March 14, 2020[64]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Howie Hawkins 73% 20
Dario Hunter 27% 7
Total 100.00% 27

Colorado primary

Colorado Green Party presidential primary, April 17, 2020[65]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Howie Hawkins 29 63.3% 4
Dario Hunter 13 28.3% 2
Sedinam Moyowasifza-Curry 2 4.3% 0
David Rolde 1 2.2% 0
Jill Stein (Write-in) 1 2.2% 0
Uncommitted N/A[l] 9.0% 1
Total 46 100.00% 7

Texas primary

The Green Party of Texas held a sequential proportional approval voting primary.

Texas Green Party presidential primary, April 18, 2020[66]
Candidate Votes [m] Percentage[n] National delegates
Howie Hawkins 40 80.00% 20
Dario Hunter 16 32.00% 3
Kent Mesplay 13 26.00% 2
No Preference 5 10.00% 0
Susan Buchser-Lochocki 4 8.00% 1
Sedinam Moyowasifza-Curry 3 6.00% 0
Dennis Lambert 3 6.00% 0
Chad Wilson 1 2.00% 0
David Rolde 1 2.00% 0
Total 50[o] 140.00% 26

Virginia primary

The Green Party of Virginia held a ranked choice primary.

2020 Green Party of Virginia primary results, April 26, 2020[67]
Candidate Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4
Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes %
Howie Hawkins 42 62.7% 42 62.7% 43 64.2% 44 65.7%
Dario Hunter 17 25.4% 18 26.9% 21 31.3% 23 34.3%
Kent Mesplay 3 4.5% 3 4.5% 3 4.5% Eliminated
Sedinam Moyowasiza-Curry 2 3.0% 2 3.0% Eliminated
Jill Stein (write-in) 2 3.0% Eliminated
Jesse Ventura (write-in) 1 1.5% Eliminated
Total votes 67 100.0%

Pennsylvania caucus

Pennsylvania Green Party presidential caucus, April 28, 2020[68]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Howie Hawkins 80 53.3% 6
Dario Hunter 62 41.3% 5
Jesse Ventura 2 1.3% 0
No Nominee 2 1.3% 0
Dennis Lambert 1 0.7% 0
David Rolde 1 0.7% 0
Bernie Sanders 1 0.7% 0
Jill Stein 1 0.7% 0
Total 150 100.00% 11

New Jersey primary

New Jersey Green Party presidential primary, May 2, 2020[69][better source needed]
Candidate Votes Percentage[p] National delegates
Howie Hawkins 44 78.6% 5
Dario Hunter 4 7.1% 0
Jesse Ventura 3 5.4% 0
Sedinam Moyowasifza-Curry 2 3.6% 0
Bernie Sanders 2 3.6% 0
Kent Mesplay 1 1.8% 0
Susan Buchser-Lochocki 0 0% 0
Dennis Lambert 0 0% 0
Chad Wilson 0 0% 0
David Rolde 0 0% 0
Total 56 100.00% 5

South Carolina convention

South Carolina Green Party convention, May 2, 2020[70]
Candidate Percentage National delegates
Howie Hawkins 100% 4
Others 0% 0
Total 100.00% 4

New York primary

New York Green Party presidential primary, May 9, 2020[71]
Candidate Votes Percentage[q] National delegates
Howie Hawkins TBA 80% 17
Dario Hunter TBA 20% 4
David Rolde TBA 0% 0
Write-In TBA 0% 0
Total TBA TBA 21
Congressional results — West Virginia.     Hawkins
Congressional results — West Virginia.

West Virginia primary

West Virginia Mountain (Green) Party presidential primary, May 12, 2020[72]
Candidate Percentage National delegates
Howie Hawkins 78.3% 5
David Rolde 8.7% 0
Jesse Ventura (Write-in) 8.7% 0
Dario Hunter 4.3% 0
Total 100.00% 5

Hawaii primary

Green Party of Hawaii presidential primary, May 23, 2020
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Dario Hunter 5 41.6% 2
Howie Hawkins 4 33.3% 2
Kent Mesplay 1 8.3% 0
Dennis Lambert 1 8.3% 0
Chad Wilson 1 8.3% 0
Total 12 100.00% 4

Maryland primary

2020 Maryland Green Party primary results, May 30, 2020[73][74]
Candidate Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4
Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes %
Howie Hawkins 34 53.1% 34 61.8% 34 64.15% 34 68%
Dario Hunter 16 25% 16 29.1% 16 30.18% 16 32%
Kent Mesplay 2 3.1% 3 5.5% 3 5.66% Eliminated
Write-ins 2 3.1% 2 3.6% Eliminated
Sedinam Moyowasiza-Curry 1 1.6% Eliminated
Empty ballot 9 14.1% Eliminated
Total votes 64 100.0%

Results by caucus

Young Ecosocialists

Young Ecosocialists (youth caucus) presidential primary, May 25, 2020[75]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Howie Hawkins 51 69.9% 4
Jesse Ventura (write-in) 15 20.5% 0
Dario Hunter 7 9.6% 0
David Rolde 0 0.0% 0
Total 73 100.00% 4

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Alaska, Louisiana, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, Wyoming, and all of the territories of the United States have inactive Green Parties, as such, they are either ineligible or unable to send delegates to the Green National Convention
  2. ^ In the below table, blank cells indicate the candidate was not a ballot option or approved write-in candidate. Shaded cells indicate candidates that are not officially recognized by the Green Party.
  3. ^ The number of delegates apportioned is calculated by the percentage of votes received. Votes not cast for a “surviving candidate” or a candidate that received less than 14% of total votes cast, become uncommitted. As a result a single delegate was awarded to uncommitted.
  4. ^ The Green Party of Rhode Island announced they will not be placing any candidates on their ballot line in the 2020 Presidential Election. The party will also only send no-preference observers to the Green National Convention.
  5. ^ No candidates were on the DC Statehood Green Party Presidential Primary ballot, only a Write-In option was available, and Howie Hawkins was the only certified write in candidate.
  6. ^ This primary election was held through ranked choice voting, the following are the results of the final round in which delegates were allocated.
  7. ^ 1 for No Candidate, and 1 Undeclared Delegate
  8. ^ As a result of the three way tie in the preference vote, the Nebraska Green Party decided to send only 3 delegates to the GNC, instead of the 4 delegates they were credentialed.
  9. ^ The Green Party of Minnesota held a Presidential Preference Caucus Straw Poll on February 25th 2020. Dario Hunter was the winner of this contest. Delegates will be awarded at the GPMN state convention on June 29
  10. ^ The Louisiana Green Party decided to send only 2 delegates to the GNC, instead of the 4 delegates they were credentialed.
  11. ^ The Massachusetts Secretary of State officially declared Hunter the winner as he was the candidate with the most votes. Nonetheless, the 'no preference' votes exceeded the votes of all candidates.
  12. ^ The number of delegates apportioned is calculated by the percentage of votes received. Votes not cast for a “surviving candidate” or a candidate that received less than 14% of total votes cast, become uncommitted. As a result a single delegate was awarded to uncommitted.
  13. ^ This primary was conducted under a system in which each person approve of more than one candidate per ballot, therefore votes reflect total number of ballots that approved of the candidate, and as a result reflect more approvals than ballots cast.
  14. ^ This primary was conducted under a system in which each person approve of more than one candidate per ballot, therefore percentages reflect the percentage of voters that approved of each candidate, and as a result do not add up to 100%.
  15. ^ This primary was conducted under a system in which each person approve of more than one candidate per ballot, therefore total reflects the number of ballots cast, not the number of approvals on all ballots.
  16. ^ This primary was conducted under a system in which each person could cast a vote for more than one candidate, therefore percentages reflect the percentage of voters that approved of each candidate, and as a result do not add up to 100%.
  17. ^ This primary was conducted under a system in which each person could cast a vote for more than one candidate, therefore percentages reflect the percentage of voters that approved of each candidate, and as a result do not add up to 100%.

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