Now that I am the male co-chair of the Green Party of Florida, and running for the District 87 seat of the Florida House of Representatives, people ask me, “Why are you doing all this? What moves you to stick your neck out in these perilous, polarized times?”
PALM BEACH, FL, October 3, 2018 — Today the Tampa Bay Times ran a baffling column entitled “Daniel Ruth: For pot-using commission candidate, campaign funds are going up in smoke.”
“Thanks to recently defrocked [sic] public servant Kim O’Connor, this may be the first (and last) time you will ever read anything about the Hillsborough Soil and Water Conservation District.
“And see? You are probably wondering, ‘I didn’t know we had a Hillsborough Soil and Water Conservation District.’ But we do! It’s good to know.”
O’Connor is the Green Party candidate for Hillsborough County Commissioner District 7.
After a successful Annual State Meeting, the Green Party of Florida is proud to announce our new officers, delegates and spokespersons.
Samson LeBeau Kpadenou
Robin Denise Harris
Secretary: Emma Naclerio
Treasurer: Aaron Frost
Communications Secretary: Elijah Manley
Recording Secretary: Chris Cordola
Assistant Treasurer: Rogelio Perez Gonzalez
Delegates to the Green Party US National Council:
(Delegates serve on the National Committee, the final decision-making body of the GPUS)
Alternate Delegates to the Green Party US National Council:
Regelio Perez Gonzalez
Observers to the Green Party US National Council:
PS: Three of our officers are qualified candidates in 2018 elections: