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Tennessee Virtual Meeting

This is to let you know that the Green Party of Tennessee will have our annual meeting on Saturday, June 16 at 1:00 PM Central, 2:00 PM Eastern.In order to allow more people to participate, we are going to have a virtual meeting this year.  We send out the log-in information a bit later in the week. Continue reading

Vote for RCV on Tuesday!

Portland, ME – Although we only have 6 candidates on the ballot for this year's primary election, it is of utmost importance that Greens across Maine get out to vote in this Tuesday's election to preserve ranked choice voting. Our allies at RCV Maine are making one last push to get out the vote on Tuesday, and we ask you to help them to preserve this very important measure to improve democracy in Maine, by volunteering these last few days. Continue reading

Latinx Caucus endorses 3rd Annual Day of Solidarity with the Independence of Puerto Rico

A Call to Action on Puerto Rico Collective was formed in July of 2015. It is an integral part of the rebellious, militant and determined diaspora that understands that the precarious political, social and economic conditions that confront Puerto Rico are a direct result of its colonial relationship of subordination to the United States. We wish to invite the Green Party members to participate in the 3rd Annual Day of Solidarity with the Independence of Puerto Rico, recognizing that the Green Party's national platform supports the self determination of Puerto Rican people and has a progressive political vision of a just society.  Continue reading

Monthly Green Party meeting tomorrow in Flint

The Vehicle City Green Party will be meeting tomorrow at Totem Books in Flint. We'll be meeting from 2:00 pm until 4:00 pm at 620 W Court St, Flint, MI 48503 The proposed agenda is below. If you have any questions or need a ride to the meeting, please call at 517-977-3048. Continue reading

June updates from Indiana

Your Signature is Needed! Watch how easy it is to do your part to restore fair democracy in Indiana. This short instructional video explains how to sign a petition to get our candidate for Secretary of State, George Wolfe, on the ballot for the November Election. Continue reading

Reminder to VOTE GREEN in tomorrow's Elections

The Green Party of Santa Clara County reminds you to VOTE GREEN in tomorrow's primary. Not registered to vote? You can still go to your County Elections Office  to register and vote conditionally until June 5th! You ballots will be processed once the county elections office has completed the voter registration verification process. Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters, 1555 Berger Drive, Building 2, San José. Learn more HERE. Continue reading

Get Out The Green Vote in the June 5th Elections

  The Green Party of California invites you to change the heart of politics! We need YOU to Get Out The Green Vote and spread the word about our Green and Corporate-free candidates who will fight for ‘We the People’.  For the first time in its long history the Green Party of California is endorsing other non-corporate candidates from other non-corporate parties with the spirit of a Green/Peace & Freedom Progressive Alliance! Be sure to find our candidates on the ballot and ask your friends to do the same! Continue reading

Black & Green Wednesday: Responsible Governance in St. Louis City Ward 2

During the 2017 Special Election for 2nd Ward Alderman candidates had multiple opportunities to share what they would do if elected. Residents attended neighborhood forums and shared with their neighbors and the candidates what some of the issues are and offered up solutions including: speed bumps, neighborhood clean-up days, opening up the gym at the old Batten Elementary School, job fairs, introducing bills to either reduce or eliminate certain city bills. Let’s go over what has been done and what remains. Continue reading

Change is yours if you want it

We don't usually send out links to articles from corporate entities, but this one is pretty telling.  Jon Campbell reports on how nothing is getting done in the NYS Senate because those in power put party over people.  It's chaos and gridlock in Albany as you and I try to deal with crisis after crisis with climate change, health care, systemic racism, and more.  You can read the article here.  That is why we are so proud and excited about our candidates for statewide office as well as the Brian White for State Senate campaign in the 55th district to replace Rich Funke.  Take a look at what Brian is trying to do with his campaign, then see how you can support him.  This is a perfect example of why Greens run for office.  The two-party system is not working and if those in power don't want to do anything, we will. Continue reading

Long March to DC

On Saturday, June 2nd, the Poor Peoples March on Washington DC will begin in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, the poorest District in Pennsylvania. This march will mark the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Poor People’s Campaign and Resurrection City erected in 1968 on the National Mall. The march will begin on June 2nd from the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia and end on June 12th at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. where we will be joined by the Homeless Marathon. Continue reading