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Election Series Review: General Board Candidates William Cahoon; Dwight Green

Bishop William T. Cahoon is a 2012 candidate for the Church of God in Christ General Board.

This candidate has served as the jurisdictional bishop of the New Jersey Garden jurisdiction for the past 18 years and as the vice chairman of budgeting, a subcomittee of the Board of Bishops. Other than that there’s no information available on Cahoon’s candidacy or his platform for this election.

Bishop Cahoon did not respond to our General Board Election questionnaire which would have given him a greater opportunity to address real issues facing the church he seeks to lead.

Current popular vote: 6.7%  (1,218 votes)

Bishop Dwight Green, Sr.  is a 2012 candidate for the Church of God in Christ General Board.  Green, the son of current General Board member Bishop Samuel Green, is bishop of the Republic of South Korea jurisdiction. The jurisdiction encompasses the church constituents stationed at military bases. Its unknown whether Green has any military experience since his biography isn’t public.

Green served as a church trustee board member at some point but other than the official church announcement,  there is no information available on his general candidacy, his platform for this election.

Bishop Green did not respond to our General Board Election questionnaire which would have given him a greater opportunity to address real issues facing the church he seeks to lead.

Current popular vote: 3.73%  (677 votes)

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