How to Vote in the Presidential Election: Greene, Greene’s son, joins the Green Party
A young man is not the first person to join the Green party.
Last week, two-year-old Kevin Greene joined the Minnesota chapter of the party.
Kevin was born in December, and his family has been voting since the day of his birth.
The two-time winner of the Minnesota Green Party presidential primary, Kevin Greenes younger brother, Zach, was also a member of the team.
Kevin Greenes father, Ryan, is a former Navy SEAL who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Ryan Greenes wife, Rebecca, also served in the Navy.
When Zach Greenes was born, his father was deployed to Afghanistan.
Zach Greene was the only one of his siblings that went to college.
Zach Greenes older brother, Taylor, is also a former Marine who was deployed in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Taylor Greenes grandfather, William, was killed in Afghanistan.
This is a story about two families who have been impacted by the election.
“I want to be able to vote in the next election, not just for President, but for the next president,” Taylor Greene said.
Taylor Greene is a four-year Army veteran who served during the first Gulf War and deployed to Iraq in 2005.
Taylor graduated from high school in 2015 and plans to attend college.
He said he is excited to be part of the Green team, and said that he is going to help elect a president who supports the environment, workers and the environment.
“The future of our country and the future of the world depends on it,” Taylor said.
“I will be voting to make sure that the Green movement is on the side of those who are fighting for that future,” Taylor added.
In a video posted to Facebook, Taylor said that his goal is to “make sure that when we see the next President of the United States that he understands the problems that are out there.”