Thank You from Nancy Wallace

I want to personally thank, and hug, each and every one of you for your courage, independence, and vision in supporting our campaign for a just, sustainable, prosperous society for all. I am deeply at peace and feel wonderful because I know we did our best for people and the planet, and we achieved dramatic progress in the public’s awareness and support. Together, we: Continue reading

After the election, a time for Green Party building in Louisiana

Thank you, Louisiana Greens for your votes and dedication. We are growing, and couldn't be where we are today but for your wisdom and perseverance. If you are new to the party, welcome! We are so excited to have you with us. We all stand for ecological wisdom, social justice, non-violence and grassroots democracy together. These are the Four Pillars of the Green Party. Continue reading

Statement from Charlene DiCalogero of the Green-Rainbow Party

The Green-Rainbow Party of Massachusetts is proud to have run 2 candidates for State Representative, in a year in which only 1/3 of all State Rep races were contested (MA is often abysmally low in numbers of contested offices): Charlene DiCalogero, 12th Worcester: 1st time candidate, 19.7% of the vote in a small-town-rural mixed economic area, against a 22-year incumbent Democrat native to the area, with over $321,000 in his campaign fund at the start of the race and raised an additional $54K, while I raised circa $3,000. Continue reading

Thank You from the Baltimore Greens

Let me start off by saying thank you. Thank you to the candidates who stepped up and put their names on the ballot, to the volunteers and campaign staff that worked tirelessly to support those candidates, and to the voters who cast a ballot. The past year has been an amazing experience, the Baltimore Green Party and the Maryland Green Party have grown in size, capacity, registration, recognition, and influence. Here in Baltimore we ran 2 city wide candidates and 5 city council seats. Throughout Maryland, 5 congressional races, a senate race, and presidential campaign. Continue reading

What do we do when the election is over by the Maine Green Independent Party

NOW THAT THE 2016 ELECTION IS OVER What does it mean now that this election is over? No more political commercials? Don’t have to think about anything political until the next election? Continue reading

No Shortcuts by the Green Party of New York

Fellow Greens, Today we organize to fight and resist while we express solidarity with those communities who have been targeted by Trump during this election. All of the things we need--real living wage jobs-for-all through a Green New Deal, single-player universal health care, affordable housing, student debt relief and universal college education, a true end to police violence, termination of the war on drugs, dismantling the national surveillance state, ending US imperial foreign policy, and dealing with catastrophic climate change--require a radical, working class movement to win. Continue reading

Unite and Fight by Jill Stein

Empathy, Appreciation, and a Call to Action I am writing to share my thoughts with you as we grieve together this morning after Donald Trump's election. Continue reading

Our work continues by Margaret Flowers

Last night the DC elites were sent a message of rejection. Most people in the United States are struggling in an economy designed for the wealthy by the elites of both establishment parties. Continue reading

Post-Election Statement Of Danny Factor

Green-Rainbow Party Candidate For State Representative. Massachusetts 14th Middlesex DistrictNovember 9, 2016 Whether it was Jill Stein receiving over a million votes nationally, and 1.5% of the vote in Massachusetts (more than double what she received in 2012 in both cases), or my campaign receiving 3.3% of the vote in the Green-Rainbow Party’s first ever run for the 14th Middlesex State Rep. seat, I am happy to see the growing voices calling for people, planet, and peace in our district, state and nation. Continue reading

Baltimore, It's In Our Hands by Joshua Harris

Friends, We came a long way. Though we did not win we ran a great campaign and inspired and empowered thousands. I say we, because it is a reminder that this campaign was never about me. This campaign was about and driven by a vision of a "Baltimore Undivided." This campaign was about you and the values that we share. Continue reading