Green Officeholders – Most Total Years Holding Office
32 years • David Conley, Board of Supervisors, Douglas County, Wisconsin (1986-2018)
By the completion of his current term in 2018, David Conley will have served for 32 years on the Douglas County Board of Supervisors – the longest of any U.S. Green. Conley was first elected in April 1986, and has been elected to 16 consecutive two-year terms overall.
23 years • Annie Young, Parks and Recreation Commission, Minneapolis, Minnesota (1994-2017)
By the completion of her current term, Annie Young will have served for 19 years as a Green on the City of Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Commission. Young was first elected to the Commission in 1989 as a Democrat and was re-elected in 1993. Before taking office in 1994, she changed her party membership to Green. Her four consecutive four-year terms as a Green since then make her one of three U.S. Greens to win four, four-year term elections.
18 years • Art Goodtimes, County Commissioner, San Miguel County, Colorado (1998-2016)
By the completion of his current term Art Goodtimes , will have served for 18 years as a Green. Elected to the San Miguel County Board of Commissioners from the western Third District of San Miguel County in 1996 as a Democrat, Goodtimes switched to the Green Party in September 1998, following a change in state laws giving ballot status to minor parties in Colorado, and has been elected four times since.
16 years • Alan Drusys, City Council, Yucaipa, California (1994-2010)
Alan Drusys was elected to four consecutive four year terms on the Yucaipa City Council in San Bernardino County – one of three U.S> Greens to win four, four-year terms.
16 years • Dona Spring, City Council, Berkeley, California (1992-2008)
Dona Spring served for 16 years on the Berkeley City Council, passing away while in office in July 2009. Spring was first elected in November 1992, to the first of three, two-years terms. In 1998, the city of Berkeley switched from two-year to four-year City Council terms. Berkeley residents then re-elected Spring in 1998, 2002 and 2006.
16 years • Raymond C. Meyer, Lucas County Hospital Board of Trustees, Iowa (1998-2014)
Raymond C. Meyer served for 16 years on the Lucas County Hospital Board of Trustees.
12 years • Lew Tremaine, Town Council, Fairfax, California (1999-2011)
Lew Tremaine served for 12 years on the Fairfax Town Council. Tremaine was first elected in November 1999, to the first of three four-year terms.
12 years • Bob Ornelas, City Council, Arcata, California (1990-1994, 1996-2004)
Bob Ornelas was first elected to the Arcata City Council in in November 1990, to the first of three four-year terms. He did not run for re-election in 1994, but did run and was elected in 1996 and 2000.
12 years • Joyce Brown, City Council, Chapel Hill, North Carolina (1989-2001)
Joyce Brown was first elected to the Chapel Hill City Council in in November 1989, to the first of three consecutive four-year terms.
12 years • Frank Koehn, Board of Supervisors, Bayfield County, Wisconsin (1986-1998)
Frank Koehn was first elected to the Bayfield County Board of Supervisors in 1986, to the first of five-consecutive two-year terms. His five two-year terms are the second most two-year terms among U.S. Greens, for any office.
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