I support a State Bank for Massachusetts

Jamie Guerin is the Green-Rainbow Party candidate for Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. A mother of five, she comes from a multi-generational working-class family, and is presently raising her children in the Pioneer Valley. Jamie grew up in a small town in Western Massachusetts and now lives in Northampton. She is a lifelong activist for peace, economic, social, and environmental justice, ignited by the struggle and guided by the movement to create a healthy and more just world for her children and future generations. Continue reading

Real Solutions Can't Wait

Who is Howie Hawkins? Watch to find out, and learn how we can #DemandMore from the 2018 New York Governor's Race. Continue reading

"He's Right"

I could not be happier with this morning's NY-19 Congressional Debate, hosted by the Ulster County Chamber of Commerce. Audience reaction was phenomenal -- especially considering that unlike the two major party candidates, I had no entourage. Many people came up to speak with me afterwards, and I was most pleased when staff of the major regional medical consortium told me my health insurance plan was the way to go. Continue reading

Fossil fuels have no future

  Randy Auxier, the Illinois Green Party candidate for the 12th Congressional District in Illinois just posted a video describing his views on the continued reliance on fossil fuels. Auxier said "Economic development in Southern Illinois depends upon thinking about energy and energy that fuels our area and our country in new and creative ways." He has pledged "not to take contributions from the oil, gas, and coal industry, and instead prioritize the health of our families, climate, and democracy over fossil fuel industry profits." Continue reading

Jimmy Dore: Cuomo gives the finger to "progressive" dems

On his most recent livestream, comedian and political commentator Jimmy Dore was incredulous by Alexandria Ocasio Cortez's endorsement of Andrew Cuomo.  His response? "If I lived in New York, I would vote for Howie Hawkins". Continue reading

Is Kavanaugh a big deal? How does SCOTUS really work?

Trump's latest Supreme Court nominee understandably has liberals and Democrats in a lather. But does the danger really live up to the hype? What's Kavanaugh's position on "settled law?" How does the Supreme Court actually work, and what should we be paying attention to? Andrea MeridaCo-Chair, Green Party of the United StatesDenver Green Party Continue reading

Joshua Harris: I come from the place where red-lining was invented

Joshua Harris for Maryland House of Delegates, District 40 Joshua Harris is a leader and visionary who advocates on behalf of the community. He is dedicated to creating attainable solutions for the challenges Baltimore faces. Joshua has passion for, and is commitment to, empowering his community. As a young child, Joshua grew up in poverty and his family struggled to make ends meet. Through access and opportunity his family was able to overcome those struggles. Harris knows there are many hard-working families in Baltimore that are struggling every day and simply need the access and opportunity. Continue reading

"We are the Radical Left they've been warning you about"

Ryan Sullivan for Maryland House of Delegates, District 7 I'm running to represent our community as a delegate in the Maryland legislature because I look out and I see a world on fire . . . a world plagued with exploitation, predation, waste, greed, ecological instability, and a complete lack of political will to do anything. I see an unwillingness to seriously get at the root causes of the oppressions and abuses so many are expected to tolerate daily on the part of the media and our representatives. Like the late Stephen Hawking, I'm skeptical about humanity's odds of surviving this century without putting an end to capitalism and its impossible contradictions. Continue reading

Green Party Independence: We're Quite Literally a Different Party

Greens must build a party that has a clear line of demarcation from the Democrats, especially because we are not satisfied with superficial gestures. We seek system change, and capitalism is the problem. It’s funny how, when we critique the policy of the Democratic Party and its candidates, how touchy some people can get.  It’s almost as if they think the Green Party is only the left wing of the Democrats.  Well, we’re not.  We’re working toward system change, not just climate change, because the system is the problem. Continue reading

Paula Overby for Senate

Paula Overby is a member of the working class. She's worked in manufacturing as a union member and she's been on strike. We are not rewarding hard work anymore. She understands the experience of working people with wages that can't keep up with the soaring cost of housing, education and health care. She knows we can do better. Paula is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a degree in psychology and a second major in computer science. As a full time working mother of three, she had a successful career as a systems analyst with experience in quality assurance, data analysis and process design. Paula has worked with minor parties since 2014. Her endorsement speech in 2014 focused on the corporate take over of America. She was talking about wealth inequality before Bernie Sanders was so well known. Since leaving the two-party establishment in 2014 she has focused on political process reform and building a political movement that can successfully challenge the politics of wealth and the incumbency lock of the two major parties. Continue reading