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Why only two national parties? Of course, we have more choices -- but the major parties want us to believe we only have two. They don't want to share power with the "non-major" parties. And they manipulate laws and the media to get their way. Continue reading

Victory for Election Integrity in Pennsylvania

This week, Jill Stein announced a huge victory for election integrity in Pennsylvania. There will now be voting systems which include paper ballots by 2020 and automatic audits after 2022. This victory builds on years of Green Party led fights for electoral justice in Pennsylvania. Continue reading

Help us move closer to winning National Improved Medicare for All!

Have you noticed? More people are talking about a National Improved Medicare for All single payer health program to solve our ongoing healthcare crisis. Thanks to decades of advocacy for single payer by Greens across the country and others, the Democrats are talking seriously about Medicare for All and, for the first time, a majority of Republicans support it. Continue reading

Your Small Change Makes a Big Difference

Greens are leading the way on critical policies like strong local schools, municipal utilities, public banks, support for small businesses and worker cooperatives. We're calling for millions of jobs to achieve 100% clean renewable energy by 2030, Medicare For All, and requiring the wealthy few to pay their share of taxes.   We support Green campaigns at every level. Plus we also help them with campaign infrastructure: training their volunteers, providing technical support, leading campaign schools... the list is endless. We have hundreds of Greens all over the country working hard on their campaigns and they are counting on the support of people like you! Continue reading

Help us continue the fight for living wages and active unions!

"My friends, it is solidarity of labor we want. We do not want to find fault with each other, but to solidify our forces and say to each other: We must be together; our masters are joined together and we must do the same thing."  Mary Harris “Mother” Jones Mother Jones reminds us why the Green Party is celebrating Labor Day - a holiday whose beginnings in the 1880s were established to honor the working class. She fought for the rights of workers until she tired out completely at the age of 100. She was an organizer for the United Mine Workers, helped found the Social Democratic Party in 1898, was a lecturer for the Socialist Party of America, and aided in the formation of the Industrial Workers of the World. Continue reading

We're mobilizing for political change!

Every month, we ask our supporters to give $5 (or more) to the Green Party. Why $5? Because most can afford $5 and we're all about inclusivity. Also, with over 25,000 active Green Party donors - if 1,000 or more people gave $5 dollar donations it would make a huge impact. And now, there’s no better time to give because our party is growing from the grassroots up, running more candidates, raising our political profile, and mobilizing more effectively for political change.  Continue reading

Making progress with ballot access

Last year, your donations helped our Presidential ticket get on the ballot in 45 states, which was a Green Party record. We were on the ballot in Connecticut, Montana, and Vermont for the first time since 2004; in Missouri and New Hampshire, for the first time since 2000; and in Wyoming, for the first time ever! We could not have done it without your support. Continue reading

We will not be marginalized, demonized, and scapegoated

Whether it be legislative policies that support the rich, ongoing expansion of the war industry, or another corporation engaging in environmental destruction, there’s always disappointment from the corporate-backed two-party system or constant spin in the mainstream media. As Greens, we are actively marginalized, demonized, and scapegoated by people that see our existence as a threat. You all already know the ridiculous distortions they throw at us. Continue reading

Expanding Ballot Access in 2018

Last year the Green Party gained national visibility and reached a peak of 5% support in mid-summer polls. As the election drew closer, support gradually fell to 1.1% on election day. While a number of factors were at play, the lack of ballot lines in several large states was among them. The 1.5 million votes received by Jill Stein in 2016 is three times her vote total in 2012. It is nine times the votes received by former congresswoman Cynthia McKinney in 2008, and twelve times the vote for David Cobb in 2004. While the Green Party presidential vote in 2016 is only 51% of our vote for Ralph Nader in 2000, it is double the vote for Nader's best run as an independent. Continue reading

The Status Quo is Unacceptable

The Green Party has made important strides, winning over 40 seats during the 2017 election cycle. Your support helped make this possible. When Greens govern, you govern, which is why your donations mean so much. We indeed have much to be grateful for thanks to your generosity! While the dominant parties ‘talk the talk’, trying to convince the public that they are doing all they can to help those most in need, Greens are ‘walking the walk.’ We're supporting efforts to help those ravaged by the hurricane in Puerto Rico. Greens took to the streets in massive numbers in the nation’s capital demanding answers. Caring is good. Giving is greater. And should you think minimal contributions are inconsequential, ask those forgotten American citizens in Puerto Rico to whom donations mean so much. Continue reading