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Green Party Re-Elects its Longest-Serving Partisan Elected Official

Published on November 9, 2012, by in General.

Art Goodtimes has been re-elected to the San Miguel, Colorado County Commission, a partisan race. The vote was: Goodtimes, Green, 1,746; Dan Chancellor, Democrat, 1,375; Kevin Kall, Republican, 1,000. Goodtimes has been elected as a Green every four years, starting in 1996. No other Green Party nominee has served in a partisan office for such a long time. He was re-elected to the District 3 seat, but the vote for this office is always countywide. Thanks to GreenPartyWatch for this news.

Tom Tryon, a registered Libertarian who was first elected to the Calaveras County, California Board of Supervisors in 1984, and who has also been re-elected ever since, was defeated on November 6, 2012. See this story. This post is non-partisan but Tryon is well-known as a Libertarian.

3 Responses

  1. Guest

    Is there a possibility that any of these two folks might seek a higher office?

  2. Richard Winger

    I think they both are uninterested.

  3. Arthur C. Barker

    Hmm — “the general plan”, as in a 5-year plan? Where have we heard that before?

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