Janice Jordan

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Janice Jordan, born in Ojai, California in 1964, is a Californian activist and health advocate who was a candidate for United States Vice President in the 2004 election as the candidate of the Peace and Freedom Party, as the running mate of Leonard Peltier. They received 27,607 votes. She was the party's candidate for Governor of California in 2006, receiving 69,934 votes, 0.8% of the total.[1]

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Preceded by
Kate McClatchy
Peace and Freedom Party Vice Presidential candidate
2004 (lost)
Succeeded by
Matt Gonzalez
Preceded by
C.T. Weber
Peace and Freedom Party Californian Gubernatorial candidate
2006 (lost)
Succeeded by
Carlos Alvarez