November 9, 2016
Hello, Green Party Member or Friend.
Thank you for voting Green yesterday. Thank you, also, for all of your work for our state-wide ticket.
I want to call your attention to our 16 Green Party Representatives who joined me in volunteering at their own polling places for our candidates: Vivek Ananthan (Northern Liberties); Joan Cercero (Germantown); Bernadette Marie Cronin-Geller and Beverley Rolfsmeyer (Roxborough); Khummit Hatshepsitu (Wynnefield); Cheri Honkala (Fishtown); Robert Jaffe (Kingsessing); Hillary Kane (Cedar Park); Ian McShea and Ernest Schulte (Wister); Natasha Minkovsky (Mayfair); Cheryl Molle (Holmsburg); Denice Nicole Mooring (Fern Rock); James Robertson (University City); Charles Sherrouse (Oxford Circle East); and Kassie Stanford (Haddington). When you meet them, please thank these dedicated Green Party Representatives for the hours they spent educating voters and building support for our candidates.
The positive effect of having 17 Green Party Representaties can be seen in the tentative results at the polls. State-wide Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka received 48,341 votes, which was 0.8 percent. Of that total, 6,452 votes came from Philadelphia, which was one percent of the Philadelphia vote.
Down the PA ballot, Jay Sweeney, the Green Party candidate for auditor, received 154,019 votes, which was 2.7 percent of the total vote. Philadelphia’s own Kristin Combs, the Green Party candidate for treasurer, received 163,035 votes, which was 2.9 percent of the total vote.
The only way for the Green Party to become a major political party is for you to help. Please volunteer today become a Green Party Representative for the 2017 election cycle.
It is Good to be Green!
Chris Robinson, 215-843-4256
Green Party of Philadelphia