Green Party is keeping democracy alive in US

Providence, RI – I spent much of the summer petitioning to put Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein on the Rhode Island ballot. It was the easiest petitioning I ever did. I received quite a bit of flak from supporters of Hillary Clinton, but even more often the conversations were around keeping democracy alive. Now that the election is over and we are into recount season, it is quite obvious that it is the Green Party that is keeping democracy alive, a democracy in which every vote is properly counted. Continue reading

Activist report from Mississippi Stand & Standing Rock

The Jill Stein campaign has been very active in giving support to Standing Rock and Mississippi Stand. Mississippi Stand was the proactive group that were peacefully demonstrating at the site where Dakota Access was boring under the Mississippi River to install their rusty leaking oil pipeline. Continue reading

A Letter to Illinois Public Officials in Support of Sustainable Energy

A letter to Illinois public officials in support of sustainable, affordable community-based renewable energy and energy efficiency; and opposing a nuclear power bailout and rate hike. November 27, 2016 – To Our Elected Officials: Continue reading

Election observer training

The Stein/Baraka campaign has filed for a recount in Wisconsin to verify that there was integrity in the recent election. The campaign is looking for observers throughout the State of Wisconsin to oversee the recount in each county. Training sessions for election observers will be scheduled throughout Wisconsin in the very near future. The first one is targeted for people who reside in the 1st, 4th, and 5th Congressional Districts and will be held in the Milwaukee suburb of Muskego: Continue reading

Baltimore Green Party Statement on Election Integrity

November 25, 2016 – The Baltimore Green Party believes every vote should be counted. Accuracy of the final tally, however, is only one of many deficiencies in US elections. Continue reading

We Are All Muslim

The time is now. We are hearing reports of Donald Trump's plans and who he will appoint in his administration. We need to RESIST! The Trump administration plans to target disenfranchized communities of color and has already called for a mass registration of Muslims. This is absurd. Continue reading

Sowing the seeds of the future

As we approach this traditional Harvest Holiday, we contemplate the gratitude and love for our community that motivates us to work toward a world in which considerations for people, peace, and planet are placed above profit in our social priorities. Continue reading

Next steps for the Baltimore Greens

On Monday evening, November 21, 2016, members and supporters of the Baltimore Green Party met to discuss the recent election and to lay out plans for 2017. A large diverse turnout of at least 70 people attended. The meeting was an idea session -- people making suggestions on actions, issues and outreach for the party. One suggestion from a member of Margaret Flowers campaign staff applied more to a national rather than local effort. He suggested that a survey of campaigns around the country be taken of lessons learned from running for office, stating "we can learn a lot from each others successes and failures". Continue reading

Trump Immigration Policy Opposed: Atlanta Mayoral Candidate To Speak Out At News Conference

Green Party Mayoral Candidate Al Bartell Responds To Trump Chief Of Staff On Immigration Today, November 22, 2016, Atlanta Mayoral Candidate Al Bartell will release an immigration public policy statement in a news conference from 2-2:30pm at the public space of Woodruff Park in downtown Atlanta (91 Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303). Continue reading

Wisconsin Green Party Annual Meeting

The Wisconsin Green Party will hold it's Annual Meeting on Saturday, November 19th in Kenosha. The meeting will take place at Fusion, 5014 7th Avenue in Kenosha and will last from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. This year's meeting is being co-hosted by the Kenosha County Green Party. Jill Stein would be calling or skyping-in to speak during the meeting The meeting will start with a post-election political discussion including how do you feel about the elections and what should WI Greens do this next year? Continue reading