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Why a Green But Not a Libertarian in that AZ Congressional Race Where Republicans Supporting the Green?

Richard Winger: The 2016 Green Party nominee in this race, Ray Parrish, was nominated in the 2016 Green Party primary with 66 write-in votes. A Libertarian, Kim Allen, ran in the Libertarian primary in this district this year. Allen received … Continue reading ?
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