Below are noteworthy Green Party candidates currently running for office.
For a more complete list of current candidates, please visit the Green Party Elections Database.
First-term Pittsburgh City Councilman Anthony Coghill is being challenged in the Nov. 2 election by political newcomer Connor Mulvaney in this year’s only contested race for council. The winner will represent District 4, which includes the neighborhoods of Beechview, Bon Air, Brookline, Carrick, Mt. Washington and Overbrook. Coghill, 55, is a Democrat from Beechview, while Mulvaney, 28, of Brookline, is running as a Green Party of Allegheny County candidate. Continue reading
Justin Paglino, the Green Party of Connecticut candidate who challenged incumbent Democrat Congresswoman Rosa Delauro last fall, is running for the Guilford Board of Selectmen. Paglino is running against four Board of Selectmen incumbents, Democrats Louis Federici and Sandra Ruoff and Republicans Susan Renner and Charles Havrda. CT Examiner spoke with Paglino about his run, and policy priorities if elected. This interview has been edited for clarity. Continue reading
My name is Samantha Pree-Stinson. I am you and you are me. I am a working class mother and small business owner. I believe in the power of community. We have challenges and hard truths to face, including that our city suffers from some of the worst disparities in the nation. We all suffer from harsh realities including the effects of COVID, violence in our communities, food insecurity, challenges for our students, keeping our entrepreneurs and small businesses alive, and fair wages. Continue reading
Kearni Warren was born in Chester and was raised in the Ruth L. Bennett Homes. She is an activist, author, healthcare advocate, speaker, caregiver, and humanitarian. Kearni has seen first-hand the value of hard work and achieving the impossible through difficulty… "Change will not happen if the people remain silent and still. We must fight for our children and their right to receive a quality education and to be guided by appropriate leaders who have our children's best interest in mind." Continue reading
"I am grateful and honored to represent the people of ward 2. I love this work, and love the people of our ward and our city. In that spirit, I am running for reelection. "This last year has been the hardest Minneapolis has seen in a long time. The murder of George Floyd, the unrest and destruction that tragedy ignited, the pandemic and economic recession it caused, the ongoing housing crisis. Continue reading
"We humans are putting so much carbon in the atmosphere that it’s causing the entire planet to warm up. The consequences for our low-lying city, and for all of southern Louisiana, are already being felt. The climate crisis must be at the forefront of our civic dialog and action. We have to deal with the problems we’re currently experiencing, such as increased flooding, while at the same time we must take bold action to stop global warming. We have to stop putting so much carbon in the air. In short, we have to change our way of living. Continue reading
"I envision a Hawthorne in which we can unite as a community and welcome all that come to reside here. A thriving neighborhood with a robust small business based local economy. A town that offers a different feel than those around us with more arts and creativity. Even more green spaces, improving our infrastructure and working to preserve the environment for the future we deserve. Continue reading
"I am an independent. I'm a very firm supporter of populist ideas such as Medicare for All, a Green New Deal and Universal Basic Income. I am running as a Green candidate to revive its platform after Gov. Cuomo passed legislation last year to destroy 3rd party ballot access in NY. Ultimately, our mission is to build a path forward for Ranked-Choice Voting in ALL elections - not just the Democrat or Republican primaries."I support extinguishing poverty and giving workers a stake of ownership in large corporations. I support eliminating wealth and income inequality without taxing the working class." Continue reading
K.A. Heard Jr. is currently running for Cincinnati City Council to build back better, continue to create great public safety and make sure our infrastructure stays safe. Building back better for Mr. Heard Jr. means that we unify our communities. Logan Simmering is a Union Ironworker running to represent the working class on Cincinnati City Council. Simmering believes "It is impossible to create positive and lasting change without addressing the ongoing legacy of racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia, and classism that exists in Cincinnati." Continue reading
Connor Mulvaney, 28 and a resident of Brookline, is running for City Council because he is fed up with the needs of his community being ignored by wealthy self-serving politicians. His campaign is driven by a grassroots 3rd party movement of everyday working Pittsburghers trying to elect someone that will finally put the needs of neighbors before corporations. Continue reading