Sunday, June 9th, 2002 at about 10:55 AM. We showed up to let the Gay Community know that the Green Party is willing to stand up and be counted. Not shown here is the bundle of Green Party Candidate newsletters and the satchel full of invitations to our Peter Camejo event on June 19th that we handed out.

The Santa Clara and San Mateo County Green Parties at our first regional picnik, July 7th, 2002.

It is impossible to list all the things the people on the pages you can get to by clicking these pictures did to get the word out on our candidates. You just have to take my word for it that you are looking at real activists here. By the way, if you want a copy of the mailer shown above, email me your postal service address.

Stop The War Against Iraq!

Clicking on the above slogan will take you to the pictures I took at the Peace Demonstration that happened a couple of weeks before the election. I am proud to say that there was a link to that page on Peter Camejo's website for most of the rest of election season. I probably got more hits on that page than any other I have made to date. It was a great thrill.


Jo Chamberlain's race for the 19th Discrict got over 10%, a very respectable showing from my point of view. I personally walked something like a dozen precincts for her. I put the Indiana quarter on the map because on October 19th I gave her an Indiana quarter, since that is the 19th one in the series. At that time, she told me she would wear it in her shoe on Election Day. Did she actually do it? I don't want to know.

After all that work we did, Camejo managed to get 5% of the vote, according to this chart from the Mercury News that was published the next day. I remember being at an election night party and seeing an update on the California Governor's race on CNN. They had Camejo, Davis, and Simon in the same size text, with Camejo's 5% there for all the world to see. He was the only Green I know of that made it onto the global stage that night. I was very proud of us. Especially Camejo.