Maine Green Registration Rises Again

Ballot Access News

Maine’s Secretary of State has finally released voter registration data for November 2006. The results are: Democratic 31.16%; Republican 28.12%; Green 2.95%; independent and other parties, 37.77%.

Back in November 2004, the Maine data was: Democratic 31.17%; Republican 28.07%; Green 2.36%; independent and other parties 38.40%. Thus, between November 2004 and November 2006, major party and independent registration was virtually unchanged, but the Green share increased 25%.

The raw data for November 2006 is: Democratic 308,957; Republican 278,887; Green 29,273; independent and other 374,502.

Green registration is now almost at 3%. No other state Green Party has ever achieved that large a share of the voter registration.

4 Responses to “Maine Green Registration Rises Again”

  1. Cody Quirk Says:


    Told you I don’t just focus on my Party only.

  2. Anthony Distler Says:

    “independent and other parties, 37.77%.

    Wow. THAT’S more of a number I’m looking at.

  3. Alex Hammer Says:

    Maine is a great great state. And just look at all those Indepedents (and third parties).

    Alex Hammer
    2006 Independent candidate for Governor of Maine.

  4. Trent Hill Says:

    Ya, Maine has one of the highest Independant populations in the Union. Surprisingly, Louisiana beats them. 600,000 independants.

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