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Green Party of Michigan

Green Party of Michigan
Headquarters PO Box 504, Warren, Michigan 48090-0504
Ideology Green politics
National affiliation Green Party of the United States
Colors Green
Green Party of Michigan
Politics of the United States
Political parties

The Green Party of Michigan is a political party in Michigan. It is the state affiliate of the Green Party of the United States. The party has had ballot access in Michigan since November 2000. JoAnne Beemon, who is credited with thwarting construction of a Wal-Mart store,[1] became the first Green elected in Michigan when on election day 2000 she received 5,349 votes (86%) to become Drain Commissioner in Charlevoix County. The party is a member of the Michigan Third Parties Coalition.[2]

Elected officials

As of June 2011 there were 3 elected Green officeholders in Michigan. [3]

  • Scott Klein, City Council, Hamtramck
  • David Newland, School Board Trustee, Bellaire
  • Korine Bachleda, Township Clerk, Newberg Township

Korine Bachleda won the office of Newberg Township Clerk in 2006 as a write-in candidate, then later asked the Cass County Clerk's office to list her as a Green. She won re-election in 2008 as a Green, having been nominated by GPMI at its State Convention. [4][5]

2014 Slate

updated thru 2014-10-09; one of the sources is [6]

Nominated at 2014 State Convention:

  • Paul Homeniuk – Governor[7]
  • Candace Caveny – Lieutenant Governor
  • John Anthony La Pietra – Attorney General [8]
  • Chris Wahmhoff – US Senator[9]
  • Ellis Boal – US Representative/1st District[10]
  • Tonya Duncan – US Representative/3rd District[11]
  • John M. Lawrence – US Representative/6th District[12]
  • Jim Casha – US Representative/8th District[13]
  • John V. McDermott – US Representative/9th District[14]
  • Harley Mikkelson – US Representative/10th District[15]
  • Stephen Boyle – US Representative/14th District[16]
  • Sherry A. Wells – State Board of Education
  • Ian Swanson – U of M Board of Regents
  • Terry Link – MSU Board of Trustees[17]
  • Adam Adrianson – MSU Board of Trustees[18]
  • Margaret Guttshall – Wayne St U Bd of Governors
  • Latham T. Redding – Wayne St U Bd of Governors
  • Tom Mair – Grand Traverse County Board/2nd District
  • Wayne Vermilya – Presque Isle County Board/1st District

Endorsed at State Convention (running for non-partisan office):

  • Eric Borregard – Washtenaw Community College Board
  • Joe Connolly – Northwest Michigan College Board

Nominated at County Caucuses:

  • Sarah Molenaar – Kalamazoo County Board/1st District
  • Fred Vitale – Wayne County Board/1st District

See also


  1. ^ Beemon formulated storm water runoff regulations stricter than the county stormwater ordinance. She sent them to Wal-Mart on February 12, 2004. Two months later in a phone call to Beemon on April 6, 2004, Wal-Mart project manager Allen Oertel acknowledged that the company altered its plan based on information from Beemon that it did not previously know of. As described just above, later it ended the whole project.
  2. ^ "Michigan Third Parties Coalition Formed"
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  4. ^ "Candidates2007". Migreens.Org. 2007-07-19. Retrieved 2010-09-04. 
  5. ^ "Michigan Greens Nominate Rev. Pinkney at State Convention". 2008-07-31. Retrieved 2010-09-04. 
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External links

  • Green Party of Michigan (Official site)

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