Ron Ehrenreich

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Ron Ehrenreich (born 1950) is an American credit union officer and teacher. He was the Vice-Presidential candidate for the Socialist Party USA in the United States presidential election, 1988, as the running mate of Willa Kenoyer. The ticket received 3,882 votes,[1] 2,587 of the votes came from New Jersey.[2] He has been the treasurer of the Syracuse Cooperative Federal Credit Union since its opening in 1982. He later ran as a Green Party candidate for Onondaga County, New York Comptroller in 1999.[3] Ron is married to Sondra Roth, and has two children, Hanah and Sam.


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  2. ^ "1988 Presidential General Election Results - New Jersey". 1988-11-08. Retrieved 2010-11-20.
  3. ^ "Green Party Documents". Archived from the original on 2012-08-04. Retrieved 2010-11-20.

External links

  • "Writer and Teacher to Head Socialist's Ticket for 1988" N.Y. Times June 9, 1987
  • Tori Woods, "My 6... Ways to protect your identity" The Post-Standard January 25, 2006
  • Ed Griffin-Nolan "Extra Credit" Syracuse New Times June 20, 2007
Party political offices
Preceded by
Diane Drufenbrock
Socialist Party Vice Presidential candidate
1988 (lost)
Succeeded by
Barbara Garson

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