Green Party victories and highlights from the Nov. 7 election

 
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Green Party racked up several victories in local races in the Nov. 7 general election.
At least 127 Green candidates were on the ballot on Nov. 7, of whom at least 22 were elected. 13 ran for state or federal office, so the municipal victory count is 22 out 114 races. In all 2017 elections (not just Nov. 7), Greens won 44 out of 164 races.

Waterford Greens Win Big

Waterford, CT – Waterford's 2017 municipal elections were highly contested, with over 50 candidates running on three different party lines. Newest to town is the Waterford Green Party, having been founded back in the fall of 2013. The Waterford Greens have been growing over the past several years, running their first candidate in 2014, and winning their first election in 2015. In the 2017 race they nearly doubled the size of their slate from 2015, endorsing a total of nine candidates.

Vote Today!

Voting is taking place today for 124 Green Party candidates. There are 14 candidates for state or federal offices, with the rest running for local offices, including 10 Mayoral candidates. In races earlier this year, Greens won 22 of 66 campaigns.
A full list of our 2017 candidates can be viewed here.

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