December 3, 2019
By Mark Chiusano
So let’s take the Greens’ Howie Hawkins, whose performances in his 2010, 2014 and 2018 bids for governor were more than enough to do the trick for the old 50,000-vote threshold. He’s now running for the Green Party’s nomination for president. Should he get the nomination, it would be up to him to automatically qualify the Greens for the 2022 gubernatorial ballot — in which it wouldn’t be crazy for Hawkins to be the nominee once again.
Talk about pulling yourself up by your bootstraps…(read more)