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Central California Mini-state
CA ss11-6
http://www.usparliament.org/ss11-6.php

Fresno, Inyo, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Mono, Monterey, San Benito, Stanislaus, Tulare, and Tuolumne Counties

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Second Central California Mini-state

Now Accepting Nominations - None
Updated on 5/22/2019

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First Central California Mini-state

President Nathan Johnson [American Independent]
Vice President Darren Courtney [American Independent]

Chair Elizabeth Torrez [Pot]
Vice Chair Laura Booth [Free Parliamentary]
Deputy Vice Chair Nathan Johnson [American Independent]
Secretary James Ogle [One]
Vice Secretary Don Grundmann [Constitution]


THE CABINET

MMPs' Votes for Executives

Executives' Votes for Cabinet


Directors

Green Libertarian Party - 16 MMPs

Kevin Clark [Green Libertarian], Carey Campbell [Green], Kephas Haines [Green], Shasta McDowell [Green], Carolyn L. Miller [Green], Medea Benjamin [Green], Dessa Jacobson [Green], Virgil Hales [Green-Pot-Christ], Oliver Bates [Green], Gwen Green [Green], Dan Homer [Green], Rachel Kupperman [Green], Kim Corbin [Green], Lisa Clampitt [Green Tea], Seth Wetmore [Green Chaos] and Hal Ginsberg [Green]

Pot Party - 16 MMPs

Nate Brown Jason Sherry [Pot/Anarchist], Cecelia Barajas, Jorge Gonzalez, Elizabeth Torrez, Edlyn Alanis, Michael Bailey, Mario Castellaros, David Coronado, Lucille Fowler, Mike Schoennoehl, Matt Skipwith, Richie Childers, Andrea Cruz and Kristine Danska and Josh Francis

Parties With One Seat - 14 MMPs

Herb [aqua tangerine], Colipse Dekrin [Bong], Coty Scott [Capitalist], KeyKay Fisher [Celtic Green Team] John Buchanan [Citizen Candidate], Peck the Town Crier [Common Thread], Vanessa Davis [Defender of the Republic], Chad Van Schoelandt [Discordian] Jacob Covich [Distributist], Heather McLeskey [Hemp], David L. Wetzell [LT Party Movement], Angela Keaton [Ordinary Anarchist], James Ogle and Ron Paul

Libertarian Party - 9 MMPs

Gail Lightfoot, Jane Heider, Loretta Nall [Libertarian/Marijuana], Marie Huynh, Cory Nott, Lawrence Samuels [Purple Libertarian], James Freedner, David Henderson and Kevin Takenaga

Info. Not Avail. - 9 MMPs

Geraldine Barr, Helen Barr, DJ Tenn, Tina Fay, Alice Walker, Jessica Oronoz, Marcia Ray, Joe Paul Manship and Anthony Jamison

Marijuana Party - 7 MMPs

Kevin Fitzgerald, Michael Gruber, Ben Sanders, Curtis Rivers, Eldridge Shelton, Kevin Cruz and Eric Myrtle

Constitution Party - 6 MMPs

Virgil Goode, Don J. Grundmann, Mary Starrett, J.R. Myers, Dizzy Loo [Constitutional Monarchist] and Darrell Castle

Independent - 5 MMPs

David Frey [Independent Socialist], Loris Scagliarini, Bob Friedman, Mathew Hellinger and Alvin Hansen

Environmentalist Party - 4 MMPs

Mike Bogatirev, Anthony W. Robinson, Patrick Seats and Maria LeBlanc [Environmentalist Marijuana]

Free Parliamentary Party - 3 MMPs

Laura Booth, Daniel Penisten [Free Parliament] and Zachary Scott Gordon

Peace and Freedom Party - 3 MMPs

Christine Woyatzky, Susan Cruz and Norma Harrison

Musician/Skateboard Party - 2 MMPs

Kyle Good and JR Damon

Roseannearchist Party - 2 MMPs

Tippy Canoe and John Argent

American Independent Party - 2 MMPs

Nathan Johnson and Darren Courtney

Democratic Party - 2 MMPs

Haywood L. Holst and Harry Snell [Demogod]
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See Marked Eballots
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Consecutively ranked name as back-up:
Memo Gonzales [Pot]


Updated on 2021-9-27
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California Super-state (ss11)
https://www.usparliament.org/ss11.php

NorCal Mini-state (CA) (ss11-1) January
https://www.usparliament.org/ss11-1.php
San Francisco Mini-state (CA) (ss11-2) February
https://www.usparliament.org/ss11-2.php
East Bay Mini-state (CA) (ss11-3) March
https://www.usparliament.org/ss11-3.php
Sacramento Region Mini-state (CA) (ss11-4) April
https://www.usparliament.org/ss11-4.php
Santa Cruz/San Jose Mini-state (CA) (ss11-5) May
https://www.usparliament.org/ss11-5.php
Central California Mini-state (CA) (ss11-6) June
https://www.usparliament.org/ss11-6.php
Santa Barbara / SLO / Kern / Ventura Mini-state (CA) (ss11-7) July
https://www.usparliament.org/ss11-7.php
San Bernardino Mini-state (CA) (ss11-8) August
https://www.usparliament.org/ss11-8.php
Los Angeles Mini-state (CA) (ss11-9) September
https://www.usparliament.org/ss11-9.php
Orange Mini-state (CA) (ss11-10) October
https://www.usparliament.org/ss11-10.php
Riverside Mini-state (CA) (ss11-11) November
https://www.usparliament.org/ss11-11.php
San Diego Mini-state (CA) (ss11-12) December
https://www.usparliament.org/ss11-12.php
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Navigation for Voting (pprelectoralcollege.com)

Guidelines (e-aps-1)
http://www.allpartysystem.com/e-aps-1.php

Blank Paper Ballot e-aps-1
Blank PDF Paper Ballot e-aps-1.pdf
Marked Paper Ballots e-aps-1-marked
Totals e-aps-1-totals

Unity Platform (e-aps-6)
http://www.allpartysystem.com/e-aps-6.php

Blank Paper Ballot #e-aps-6
Blank PDF Paper Ballot #e-aps-6
Marked Paper Ballots #e-aps-6
Paper Ballot Totals #e-aps-6

Directors (e-aps-13)
http://www.allpartysystem.com/e-aps-13.php

Blank Paper Ballot e-aps-13
Blank PDF Paper Ballot #e-aps-13
Marked Paper Ballots e-aps-13-marked
Totals e-aps-totals

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USA Pure Proportional Representation (PPR) Electoral College (Est. 1995)
https://www.pprelectoralcollege.com

New England (ss1) January
http://www.usparliament.org/ss1.php
New York (ss2) February
http://www.usparliament.org/ss2.php
North Atlantic (ss3) March
http://www.usparliament.org/ss3.php
Mid-Atlantic (ss4) April
http://www.usparliament.org/ss4.php
SouthEast (ss5) May
http://www.usparliament.org/ss5.php
South (ss6) June
http://www.usparliament.org/ss6.php
Great Lakes (ss7) July
http://www.usparliament.org/ss7.php
MidWest (ss8) August
http://www.usparliament.org/ss8.php
Texas (ss9) September
http://www.usparliament.org/ss9.php
SouthWest (ss10) October
http://www.usparliament.org/ss10.php
California (ss11) November
http://www.usparliament.org/ss11.php
PacificNW (ss12) December
http://www.usparliament.org/ss12.php
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International Parliament (Est. 2016)
http://www.international-parliament.org

China #1 (P-1) January
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-1.html
China #2 (P-2) February
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-2.html
India #1 (P-3) March
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-3.html
India #2 (P-4) April
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-4.html
Africa #1 (P-5) May
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-5.html
Africa #2 (P-6) June
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-6.html
America #1 (P-7) July
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-7.html
America #2 (P-8) August
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-8.html
EurAsia and Middle East (P-9) September
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-9.html
Russia (P-10) October
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-10.html
Europe (P-11) November
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-11.html
Asia Pacific (P-12) December
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-12.html
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