2022 Candidates

Below are noteworthy Green Party candidates currently running for office.
A complete list of 2022 Green candidates is located here.

CCC Webinar with 2022 Green Wave Candidates

The Coordinated Campaign Committee (https://twitter.com/gpusccc) hosted a webinar on Thursday, September 29, with Blaizen Buckshot Bloom, Robin Harris, and Dr. Justin Paglino. The webinar was hosted by Darryl! Moch. Continue reading

Ashley Esposito & Salimah Jasani for Baltimore City Board of Education!

Ashley Esposito for Baltimore City Board of Education Great news! I won my primary election for Baltimore City Board of Education! But the race isn’t over yet. Salimah Jasani and I have to be in the top two highest vote-getters in the General Election to serve you on the Board. Continue reading

Elect Gloria Caballero Roca for State Auditor

An Independent Watchdog for the People! Gloria Caballero Roca began life in Cuba as the third of four children raised by a single parent. Though a single parent herself at nineteen, Gloria relentlessly pursued academic excellence. Continue reading

Juan Sanchez for Secretary of the Commonwealth

Great News! The deadline to challenge our ballot status has passed. Green-Rainbow candidates Gloria Caballero-Roca for Auditor, and Juan Sanchez for Secretary of the Commonwealth will definitely be on your ballots on November 8th. Juan Sanchez is a lifelong Holyoke resident and passionate community activist. His commitment to public service comes from his own personal experiences. Continue reading

Sharyl McFarland for Secretary of State

"It is my belief that 'those closest to the problems are closest to the solutions but have the least amount of resources'. All people have value. we have the responsibility to exercise our right for democracy" Sharyl McFarland is a Milwaukee organizer who has spent decades working for social justice and human rights. Her advocacy work addresses problems common in Wisconsin and across the United States, including voter suppression, racial inequalities, mass incarceration, homelessness, rights for immigrants, poverty, the lack of adequate transportation, healthcare, and more. Continue reading

Greens say public goods and services are the “pocketbook answers” to inflation

The Green Party of New York gubernatorial candidates today called for the public provision of key goods and services as "pocketbook answers" to the problem of inflation. "The public provision of essential goods and services is more cost-efficient and socially inclusive than our current system that relies on private provision of these basic needs. The Greens propose public systems to provide health care, child care, education, housing, energy, and broadband. These are must-have needs that should not be left to markets where profit-seeking businesses drive prices beyond the means of many New Yorkers. Basic needs should be provided at cost, not at a higher cost-plus-profit," said Howie Hawkins, the Green Party candidate for Governor. Continue reading

Sign The Petition: Let Matt Hoh Debate!

Matt Hoh is running a strong grassroots campaign in North Carolina’s Senate race. When the political establishment tried to keep him off the ballot, Matt and his supporters fought back and won - after being tied up in legal battles for months. But now those same establishment elites want to lock Matt out of the debates to keep the voters from knowing they have a real choice. Continue reading

PA Green Party candidate to meet voters in House District #32

Hello. My name is Zarah Livingston, and I am campaigning to be the PA Representative for District 32. I plan to meet the voters while knocking on doors in Oakmont, Penn Hills, Plum and Verona, and I am sure that we will build a close relationship. I hope to be a Green Party representative who actually feels close to the community. Then, I will be able to formally address the ongoing gun violence with practical programs for youth and their parents. I plan to make it easier for my constituents to access public information, for example campaign records, public funds information, etc. Continue reading

Krayeske nominated as Green Party candidate In AG’s race

New Haven-based attorney Ken Krayeske was nominated Tuesday by the Green Party of Connecticut to run for Connecticut attorney general. That means for the next 60 days there will be three candidates on the ballot in the election for attorney general: Democratic incumbent William Tong, Republican Jessica Kordas, and Krayeske. In a press release announcing his nomination, Krayeske touted his victory against the state that required all inmates to get access to Hepatitis C treatment. Continue reading

Matt Hoh for Senate fireside chat with Howie Hawkins

Matt and Howie will talk about Ranked-Choice Voting and other needed reforms for a more inclusive and vibrant democracy. They'll also discuss issues of the day and take questions from the audience. Continue reading