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Steve Kramer (politician)

Steve Kramer (b. January 10, 1966; Baltimore, Maryland) is an American Green politician and is a former co-Chair of the Green Party of the United States.

Kramer was pursuing a career in computer engineering when he first entered politics in an ill-fated independent run for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives (Maryland, 5th District) in 1992. Later he moved to Howard County, Maryland and became involved with the local Green Party.

In 2003, he became an Alternate Delegate from Maryland to the Green Party's Coordinating Committee (later Green National Committee), and was elected as a full Delegate in 2004. In 2005, he was elected to the Steering Committee of that body, serving as a co-Chair of the national party. He was also asked to help lead a group working to reform the Presidential nominating process of the Green Party in the same year.

He is currently one of the Green Party's leading advocates for the Vice President Dick Cheney) in 2003.

In addition to his technical and political careers, Kramer has a number of eclectic pursuits. As an active sportsman and game hobbyist, he is a former podcast in 2007, and served as Jesse Johnson's Presidential campaign manager in 2008.

Kramer was married in 1991, and has two daughters.

See also

  • Maryland Green Party
  • Green Party of the United States
  • OutOftheBlackBox Theatre Company
  • The Secret Frequency
  • Jesse Johnson Campaign Press Release.
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