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.
I am running for Stamford Constable. I ran in 2017 as well under the “No Evictions” platform. I believe that as of right now, there isn’t a more important time to run for this position. Families are facing eviction; and even though there are assistance programs in place, for both landlords and tenants, they are not perfect, and in many cases not accessible. Continue reading
Portland Firefighters Local 740 endorses Anna Trevorrow for Portland City Council - District 1 In her near-decade of elected municipal experience in Portland Maine, Anna Trevorrow has acquired a deep understanding of how our city government works and a keen sense of how to improve it. She has a demonstrated ability to navigate complex issues and bring people together to arrive at solutions. Continue reading
Election day is quickly approaching us! Kearni is in search of poll watchers for November 2nd to help ensure she has a campaign presence across the city. Poll watchers will sign up for specific time slots and will be assigned one of the twenty polling places to cover. While we cannot pay you for this service, Team Warren will provide free campaign t-shirts to all helpers! Continue reading
All economics is about the home. No, not your private residence, obviously. Economics is about our common home — Mother Earth. It's right there in the Greek οἶκος (oîkos) meaning home, the root of both our English words economics and ecology. Any economic model which ignores the ecology of the Earth is tragically incomplete. Maybe that's why Pope Francis subtitled his 2015 encyclical "On Care for Our Common Home." I've been thinking about economics a lot this week, and not just because I'm filing my first campaign finance report. It's because I've finally published the third policy priority of this campaign, calling for a delightfully different Green New Orleans Deal. Continue reading
ASBURY PARK, NJ – Dominique Faison is making one thing clear about her economic agenda: eliminating the gender pay gap is a major priority. Faison, an Asbury Park resident running for a Legislative District 11 Assembly seat, says such a legislative priority is long overdue. "Ensuring women are being paid fair wages, just like their male counterparts, is one of the keys to allowing families all over the state to have a chance to improve their overall economic position," states Faison. "With more women needing to work to keep their family afloat, equal pay would go a long way to uplift every family in New Jersey as well as help in the battle against child poverty." Continue reading
Logan Simmering is a Union Ironworker running to represent the working class on Cincinnati City Council. He grew up in a small town in Maine, one still governed by the traditional town meeting, and attended public schools. He earned a BA degree in History and Political Science at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina. Continue reading
New Jersey League of Conservation Voters - NJ LCV recently released its list of candidate endorsements for local elections this fall. NJLCV is a non-partisan group that endorses candidates regardless of party affiliation. This year, the only campaign to receive an endorsement in Passaic County is also the first Green Party endorsed, as well: Craig Cayetano for Hawthorne Town Council. Cayetano said, "I thank the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters for this honor. I am grateful to be the first Independent, Green Party Candidate to receive this endorsement. It shows that the time for more voices to be elected to local government is long overdue." Continue reading
The Green Party of Pennsylvania endorsed Lorianne Burgess for Mayor of Ambridge Boro, PA. Lorianne Burgess has carried on an active campaign. She will be on the ballot in Beaver County for Mayor of Ambridge on Tuesday, November 2. Here are the answers which Lorianne Burgess gave to some voter questions: Q. -- How have you been involved in the Ambridge Boro community? Continue reading
On Friday, I was proud to stand with the New Haven Climate Movement which has been doing a tremendous job as a youth-led #climate movement. Their event was well attended and organized in solidarity with the international climate movement Fridays for Future International as part of a global #climatestrike that day. Continue reading