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The 2008 Green National Convention took place on July 10-14, 2008 in Chicago, Illinois at the Palmer House Hilton and Symphony Center.[1] This served as both the venue for the Presidential Nominating Convention and the Annual Meeting of the Green Party of the United States.

Venues

The convention was headquartered at the historic Palmer House Hilton, while the nomination event itself took place at the nearby Symphony Center on July 12th.

Presidential candidates

Balloting

2008 Green Party National Convention total vote count
Candidate Presidential Primaries
& Caucuses Apportioned
Delegates1
National Convention
Delegates' Vote2
(542 total)
Cynthia McKinney 304½ 324
Ralph Nader3 147 85½
Kat Swift 24 38½
Kent Mesplay 29½ 35
Jesse Johnson 27 32½
Elaine Brown 9 9
Jared Ball4 11 8
No candidate 10
Uncommitted 40 2
Color key: 1st place 2nd place Withdrawn
candidates
3rd place 4th place 5th place
Notes:
1
2
3 Nader did not seek the Green Party nomination. His total includes 8 delegates from
Illinois where Howie Hawkins stood on the ballot in his place.
4 Endorsed Cynthia McKinney.


Vice President

After McKinney's nomination, the convention delegates selected her stated choice of running mates Rosa Clemente for the vice-presidential nomination through a voice vote of delegates.[4]

References

  • Official Press Release

Video of Convention

  • State Delegate voting part 1
  • State Delegate voting part 2
  • Cynthia McKinney Acceptance Speech
  • Vote and Rosa Clemente Acceptance Speech
  • David Cobb Convention Speech
  • Malik Rahim Keynote Speech
  • Omar López Keynote Speech
  • Malik Rahim congressional candidate Louisiana
  • Jesse Johnson addresses Convention Delegates

External links

  • Official Convention Website
  • Green Party 2008 Campaign Web Page
  • Presidential Nomination Delegate Count
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