While the Green Party won't be selecting our presidential nominee until July of 2020, the race for the 2020 Green Party presidential nomination has already begun. The Presidential Campaign Support Committee has published the documentation for those seeking our nomination.

They are Roland G. Aranjo, Sedinam Moyowasiza-Curry, Howie Hawkins, Dario Hunter, Dennis Lambert, David Rolde and Ian Schlakman.

The national Green Party is committed to maintaining a neutral stance towards those seeking our nomination. The individual campaigns are responsible for supplying the material that appears below and a posting does not imply endorsement or approval of the content by any Green Party entity.


Green candidate's answer to the Census question: 'Lie'

Albuquerque, New Mexico – Alan Augustson suggested today that people "lie" in response to the 2020 Census's contested 'citizenship question'. "You are ruled by liars, thieves and murderers," Augustson posted to his website and to social media. "You have no moral obligation to help them harm you, and there is no credible threat to you or your family by obstructing their injustices." Continue reading

Augustson announces candidacy for 2020 Presidential Election

Augustson: ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Alan Augustson has announced his bid for the 2020 Green Party nomination for President of the United States. "Where (Barack) Obama failed, where Bernie (Sanders) would fail, where Beto (O'Rourke) or whomever won’t even try, I can succeed," Augustson wrote in a posting to social media and his campaign website, referring to the combined effects of economic collapse and catastrophic climate change. Continue reading

Rabbi and Green Party presidential hopeful visiting ‘Israel-Palestine’

Pictured above are Dario Hunter and Reem Hazzan. April 9, 2019, Times of Israel – Dario Hunter, an Ohio rabbi seeking the Green Party's 2020 presidential nomination, is visiting Israel as part of what he calls the "Building Bridges Tour." Continue reading

Equal access for all candidates

Joint Statement – A Joint Statement from Green Party Presidential Candidates Calling for EQUAL ACCESS FOR ALL CANDIDATES As candidates for the Green Party Presidential nomination, we express our deep disappointment over the choice of certain state party conventions to provide speaking opportunities for one campaign while denying the same opportunity to all others. Continue reading

Tax Day 2019

Hawkins – Tax Day 2019: Time To End Taxes To Confront Inequality And Implement An Ecosocialist Green New Deal. One area where the two parties of the millionaires and billionaires put in place policies that favor the rich are tax laws. Tax policy has favored the wealthy under both parties, but the Trump-administration has brought this tax corruption to new levels. We need to transform tax policy to build the working class base of the economy, shrink the wealth divide, and confront the climate crisis. An honest analysis of the tax code calls out in stark detail the extreme injustice of the economy in the United States. Continue reading

Green Party candidate proposes foreign election non-interference legislation

It's a crime for others to intervene here, so it should also be for US to intervene elsewhere Gardena, CA -- Green Party Presidential Candidate Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry today rolled out a proposal to ban US interference in foreign elections and to strengthen the existing ban on foreign contributions to American political candidates and parties. Continue reading

Green Party Candidate Says HR1 Must Be Amended Parts of "For The People 2019 Act" hurt democracy, limit voter choice

Gardena, CA -- Green Party Presidential Candidate Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry today called on Congress to make significant changes in House Democrats' legislative centerpiece HR1, the "For The People 2019 Act", particularly in the portions of the Act having to do with campaign matching funds. "While there is a great deal of good in this legislation, making voting more accessible and more secure; laying the groundwork to overturn the horrible Citizens United v. FEC decision; strengthening our system of public financing of elections; and more, there are a couple of very serious problems with the bill," Moyowasiza-Curry explained, "and I urge members of the House of Representatives who really do care about making our political system more democratic to fix those flaws before voting on this legislation." Continue reading