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Ranked Choice Vote Details

Ranked Choice Vote ID805
Ranked Choice VoteCredentials Committee Election
TypeSecret Ballot Revealed at Close of Polls
Number of Seats8
Ranked Choice Vote AdministratorJan Martell
Discussion12/07/2015 - 12/13/2015
Voting12/14/2015 - 12/20/2015
Presens Quorum32 0.6666
Candidates Didier Ortiz
Hugh Esco
Mark Manley


The Steering Committee has called a second election, 4 months after the first election to fill vacant seats on the Credentials Committee for 2016. No more than two members from the same state party may serve on the committee.

Candidates are invited to submit biographical information.

Candidate Information

Didier Ortiz
Chairperson of the Broward County Green Party and Spokesperson for the Green Party of Florida. I am committed to the political revolution that this planet needs. I work with #BlackLivesMatter activists in Fort Lauderdale. One of my goals to completely remake the police forces around America.

Hugh Esco
Hugh Esco has been active with the Green Party since 1989. He has
served as Secretary of the Georgia Green Party on-and-off since its
founding, and was this year named a cochair of his state Party. He has
run for public office four times, twice for Lieutenant Governor of
Georgia and twice for the Georgia General Assembly. He has worked in a
number of capacities on various electoral campaigns from school board
to President of the United States. He has served since 2005 as a
member of the Committee on Bylaws, Rules, Policies and Procedures,
including a few terms as a cochair for the committee. During his
tenure as cochair, the committee has crafted and won the adoption of
the rules which govern the Party's quadrennial Presidential Nominating
Conventions. His resume includes years spent in the electrics
department making movies, years spent as a community organizer, fifteen
years doing public interest advocacy at the Georgia General Assembly, a
role as a founding board member on a handful of advocacy organizations
and since 2006 he has run a home based application development and
hosting business which has served a number of Green campaigns and
Green-minded non-profits. He currently holds a day-job as a DevOps
Engineer for a payroll firm in Atlanta.

Mark Manley

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