Our 4 inaugural Green candidates need your support!

Have you been following the news about our HISTORIC Green Party candidates? I'm checking again to make sure you know about the North Carolina Green Party's (NCGP) four amazing candidates who will be in November's general election. Keep reading to sign up to volunteer for our candidates, to donate to the NCGP's fundraising drive, and to learn about our candidates, including how to donate to them directly and where to follow them on social media. This is a historic year for the North Carolina Green Party! Not only did we win ballot access for the first time, but we're also running our first Green Party candidates on our new GP ballot line. We are the only left-wing political party to be on the NC ballot since the 1980s! Continue reading

We need your help for a Green Pennsylvania!

Thanks to the fine efforts of more than 100 petition volunteers, I have filed to appear on the November 6 ballot and step into the debates with other candidates. As the Green Party of Pennsylvania candidate for Governor, I will raise big issues on the big stage – debating corporate party candidates about fracking, mass incarceration, green jobs, organic agriculture (including marijuana), expanding healthcare to everyone, funding education that inspires a love of learning, and more. Greens offer specific policy proposals that restore grassroots control of land, law, and money to benefit ecology and justice. Here are some of my proposals.    Continue reading

PFAs Across Michigan - A Growing Crisis

A growing crisis across Michigan is the growing number of communities affected by these toxic chemicals.  When Jennifer Kurland first started doing research on where these chemicals were showing up statewide, there were 8 counties affected and from her recent research this number is now up to 28.   Continue reading

Meet & Greet Paula Overby in Manchester, NH

Meet & Greet Paula Overby, Minnesota Green Party endorsed candidate for US Senate! Paula Overby, the Minnesota Green Party endorsed candidate for US Senate, and native of New Hampshire, will make public appearances, and be available for interviews, in Manchester, New Hampshire on Sunday, August 12, and in Portsmouth and Rochester, New Hampshire on Monday, August 13. Continue reading

NY-21: Green Party congressional candidate shares her Farm Bill fix

MALONE — Green Party candidate for Congress Lynn Kahn says if farmers do not get more help from the government, many will not survive. She is offering a detailed plan to improve the state of farming not only in the North Country, but across the country. “The 2018 Farm Bill is a weapon aimed at family farming and especially dairy farms,” Kahn said during a visit to the Franklin County Fair in Malone Tuesday. Continue reading

Vote No on MO Proposition A

Make sure you go out to vote in the August 7th primary election in Missouri. Conon Gillis explains why you should join him and Vote No on MO Proposition A. See you all at the polls! Conon Gillis for Missouri State Senate, District 32 Continue reading

Latinx Caucus endorses Angel Torres

On August 5th the Steering Committee of Latinx Caucus of the Green Party of the US approved the endorsement of Angel Torres for Governor of Arizona. Angel is one of the founders of the Latinx Caucus and a long time labor and Green Party activist. He has worked tirelessly for nearly two decades to build the Arizona GP and has served in several leadership roles including as co-chair of the state party. Continue reading

It's time to be Revolutionary !

Kenneth Meija on why he's running for Congress. Continue reading

Hawkins: Make Spectrum a Public Broadband Utility

Syracuse, NY – With state regulators demanding that Charter sell Spectrum, Howie Hawkins, the Green Party of New York candidate for governor, said today that New York State itself should take over Spectrum for its own public broadband utility. A study by Harvard University researchers published earlier this year found that community broadband networks charge substantially lower rates than their private-sector counterparts. More than 750 communities nationwide already provide public broadband. New York would be the first state to provide public broadband. Continue reading

Kenneth Mejia wins endorsement from important progressive organization

LOS ANGELES, CA – SEAABirds (Southeast Asian American Progressive Coalition) is proud to endorse Kenneth Mejia for Congress. He is unapologetic about his bold vision for CA-34, and his unwavering determination is amplified by his experience as a first-generation Filipinx-American community organizer. A flaming progressive, Filipinx-American congressional candidate Kenneth Mejia works in CA-34 as a community organizer, Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and Board Member of the Wilshire Center Koreatown Neighborhood Council. Continue reading