If we've learned one thing about the recent election campaign, it is that the Republican and Democratic parties don't care about us or our planet. Whomever is elected will no doubt govern in the same distructful manner as their cohorts have for decades. Only the Jill Stein and Baraka Ajamu ticket addressed the issues promoting people, planet, and peace over profit. Together we can change that. We can turn Wisconsin Green! Continue reading
Join the Charleston Green Party as we watch the election results and cheer on our Green candidates! Tuesday, November 8, 7:15pm at the newly-renovated Manny's Neighborhood Grille, 1680 Old Towne Rd, Charleston, SC 29407 (near the North Bridge in West Ashley). RSVP via Facebook.
There are only three days left to Election Day on November 8th and it has been very exciting. We have seen the Green Party run candidates and get exposure like never before. Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka have not only helped build a national movement with their run for President and Vice President of the United States but also placed the Green Party on the map again. Further, in Massachusetts we have two candidates running for the office of State Representative. They are: Danny Factor for the 14th Middlesex District and Charlene DiCalogero for the 12th Worcester District. With your support the Green Party, and its Massachusetts affiliate, the Green-Rainbow Party will continue to lead the way with strong and viable candidates like these. Continue reading
Here's something that scares me, as an organizer: the prospect of watching results roll in on Election Day and asking myself, could I have done more? Would we have got a little closer to a key goal, like 5% of the statewide vote, if I'd put in a few extra hours; pushed my limits just a little harder? There's a lot at stake for the future of the Green Party this year in Illinois. Our ability to grow and build in years to come depends on making that 5% threshold on Nov. 8th, so that future Green candidates can compete under the same rules as the Democrat and Republican Party candidates. It would be heartbreaking to come close and fall just barely short. Continue reading
Join the Green Party of New Jersey from 7 PM until the election is called on November 8, 2016 for an evening of celebration and planning at 290 Chestnut St, Newark, NJ. We will eat, drink and cheer the enormous inroads the Green Party is making to establish a viable third party, one that will shatter the duopoly of the Republican and Democratic parties--two sides of the same battered coin. For the first time, Jill Stein is on the ballot in 45 states, with write in status in another three, for voter access in 48 states. Jill is a fearless but reasoned voice for economic fairness, climate change mitigation, equitable treatment for all and a foreign policy based on waging peace, not war. Her ideas resonate with many not counted in polls--who will make their voices heard on November 8. Continue reading
Photos: Cindy Trinh / Activists of New York The Stein/Baraka campaign and the Green Party of Brooklyn are organizing a march to show solidarity for our indigenous brothers and sisters fighting for their lives at Sacred Stone Camp. Join our march to Hillary Clinton's HQ in Brooklyn to rebuke her deafening silence about the violence and repression happening in North Dakota. We are meeting at 494 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (Albee Square, at the corner of Bond and Fulton) at 11am and will march up Fulton St to Clinton's campaign office at 300 Cadman Plaza W, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Continue reading
An engaged discussion on how the Green Party can enforce progress on political issues. The Green Party of the United States (GPUS), an independent political party that is connected to American social movements, and is part of a global Green movement believes that peace and non-violence, ecological wisdom, grassroots democracy, and social justice are key to a progressive United States. Join Arlandis Jones, English Instructor, as he deconstructs “third party” politics in the United States Continue reading
The state of Texas has made it easier for more Texans to vote in this election by expanding the types of identification that a voter can present at the polls! If you don't have a photo ID (reminder of the accepted forms of photo ID here), you'll just need to fill out a short form stating the reason why you haven't been able to get one and swearing that you are who you say you are. Continue reading