New Jersey Green Party Greenstream Candidate Forum
The Green Party of the United States will air a half-hour livestream show GreenStream on the party's Facebook page on Thursday, July 6.
The show will feature Green candidates running for public office in New Jersey and one of the Annual National Meeting organizers and begins at 9 p.m. ET. The broadcast will take place one week before the Green Party's 2017 Annual National Meeting in Newark, New Jersey, from July 13 to 16. Greens will convene at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark.
Among the GreenStream interviewees:
Seth Kaper-Dale, Green candidate for Governor of New Jersey, one of two states with a gubernatorial race in 2017. Mr. Kaper-Dale is obliged to raise $430,000 by Aug. 31 to qualify for the gubernatorial debates and receive a 2:1 match in funding. The amount of campaign funds raised is the sole criterion for participation. Mr. Kaper-Dale is a pastor and migrants' rights advocate who has worked to prevent the deportation of Indonesian migrants for over a decade, in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.
Jessica Clayton, Green candidate for School Board in in the town of Brick. Ms. Clayton will make sure children in her district get recess everyday and have more play in early childhood. She will also encourage teachers to use class time to teach social emotional skills instead of using stop light behavior charts.
Troy Knight Napper, Green candidate for State Senate in Legislative District 28.
Mico Lucide, Green candidate for General Assembly in Legislative District 2. Campaign web site: https://www.facebook.com/LucideAssemblyLD2
Hillary Kane will speak for the party's Annual National Meeting Committee.