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2012 Green Presidential Primaries

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Jill Stein has clinched the Green Party presidential nomination, as she is now 30 for 33 in the Green Party presidential primaries. These primaries took place place across the country in state-sponsored primaries, online and mail-ballot primaries, caucuses, and state party conventions. Stein is one of five candidates seeking the Green Party presidential nomination.

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In the course of the Green Party of the U.S. presidential primaries, Dr. Stein won 208.5 delegates of 309 allocated. 

The following are the reported results:

Ohio - 90% of vote in state party convention on February 5th - 9 delegates out of 9 delegates

Illinois - 71% of the vote in online primary that ended February 20th - 22 of 31 delegates

Arizona - 69% of the vote in state-sponsored primary on February 28th - 4 of 5 delegates

Wisconsin - 73% of the vote in mail-ballot primary that ended March 3rd - 5 of 7 delegates

Massachusetts - 79% of the vote in state-sponsored primary on March 6th - 7 of 11 delegates

Virginia - 69% of the vote in mail ballot and online primary ending March 10th - 3.5 of 5 delegates

New Jersey - 78% of the vote in state party convention on March 17th - 4 of 5 delegates

Colorado - Over 70% of the vote in state party convention on March 31st - 5 of 7 delegates

District of Columbia - 67% of the vote in state-sponsored primary on April 3rd - 3 of 4 delegates

Connecticut - 80% of the vote in state party convention on April 28th - 8 of 10 delegates

South Carolina - 85% of the vote in state party convention on April 28th - 7 of 8 delegates

Maine - 7 of 13 delegates awarded in convention on May 5th. In caucuses held previously, Dr. Stein won between 2/3rds and 100% of the vote.

Rhode Island - 2 of 4 delegates awarded in convention on May 5th.

Arkansas - 10 of 10 delegates awarded in convention on May 6th.

Maryland - 5 of 6 delegates awarded in convention on May 12th.

Delaware - 4 of 4 delegates awarded in convention on May 12th.

Hawai'i - 2 of 4 delegates awarded in convention on May 19th.

Minnesota - 4 of 7 delegates awarded in convention on May 19th. In caucuses held previously on February 7th, Dr. Stein won on average 2/3rd of the vote.

Mississippi - 4 of 4 delegates awarded in convention on May 19th.

New York - 14 of 16 delegates awarded in convention on May 19th.

Pennsylvania - 4 of 7 delegates awarded in caucuses that ended on May 19th.

Tennessee - 2.5 of 4 delegates awarded in convention on May 19th.

Iowa - 2 of 4 delegates awarded via mail-ballot primary ending on May 26th.

Florida - 5 of 8 delegates awarded via mail-ballot primary ending on May 26th.

Oregon - 4 of 9 delegates awarded in convention on May 2nd.

Georgia - 1 of 4 delegates awarded in convention on June 2nd.

Michigan - 9 of 16 delegates awarded in convention on June 2nd.

Washington - 4 of 4 delegates awarded via mail-ballot primary ending on June 2nd.

California - 49% of the vote in state-sponsored primary on June 5th - 32 of 65 delegates.

Texas - 9.5 of 12 delegates awarded in convention on June 9th.

New Mexico - 3 of 4 delegates awarded in convention on June 23rd.

The Lavender Caucus - 2 of 2 delegates awarded via online vote in early July.

Remaining affiliated states and caucuses with noticed primaries, caucuses and conventions: Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Nebraska, Women's Caucus. Total number of outstanding delegates from these primaries: 20

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