"With 102 write-in votes in this week's primary, Tucson's Green Party was able to successfully field candidates for mayor and three city council seats.
Four Green Party candidates each got enough party members to write-in their names to qualify for the ballot, city officials confirmed Thursday.
Green mayoral candidate Mike Cease and Ward 2 candidate William Peterson each had well over the minimum number of write-in votes to make the ballot.
Bissell had 11 write in votes, nine more than the 2 needed from Greens living in the ward. Smith had six write-in votes, three more than the minimum."
Full article from Tucson.com
Green Party of Pima County sues city of Tucson
posted at 7:06pm on July 1, 2019
"TUCSON- The city of Tucson is facing a lawsuit from the Pima County Green Party. The lawsuit claims the Green Party of Pima County was illegally removed from the 2019 primary ballot.
On Monday, July 1 a hearing in Superior Court was held. The judge is set to decide in the next few days if the Green Party should be allowed on the 2019 ballot."
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Dario Hunter, Green Presidential candidate and member of the Youngstown, OH Bd. of Ed., visits Phoenix, AZ to talk about his plan to build a greener and fairer America as well as the strategy to grow the Green Party through the 2020 race and beyond.
(Disclaimer: This event is not sponsored or endorsed by the Phoenix Public Library.)
He has also been vocal and active in pushing for anti-fracking measures, speaking out against local corruption and defending the public’s right to know through his public records lawsuits and his local TV public affairs show, The Dario Hunter Show.
He currently serves as a Delegate to the Green Party National Committee and a member of the Green Party’s Peace Action Committee – both on behalf of the Lavender Caucus (the LGBTQIA caucus).
Ordained as a rabbi in 2012 by Jewish Spiritual Leaders Institute (JSLI), he serves as the Coordinator for Jewish Life and Intersectional Programming at the College of Wooster (Wooster, OH) and as rabbi at Ohev Tzedek - Shaarei Torah in Boardman, OH. He also serves as a volunteer rabbi at Ohio State Penitentiary.
Hunter was raised in New Jersey by an African-American Christian mother and an Iranian Muslim father. He has previously practiced law in Canada and in Israel. His diverse background fuels his personal passion for outreach, interfaith dialogue, and increasing religious and cultural understanding.