2022 Candidates

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

Green Party gains signatures for NC Senate

Channel 17 interview with Matthew Hoh, Green Party of North Carolina candidate for North Carolina Senator.

Gloria Mattera is the Green Party Nominee for Lieutenant Governor

Former Governor Cuomo and the state Democrats have passed laws to prevent independent third party candidates from running for statewide office, among the hardest ballot access laws in the world. Still, the Green Party of New York is mounting a challenge. We talk with public health care worker Gloria Mattera, the Green Party nominee for Lieutenant Governor. Hudson Mohawk Magazine, Media SanctuaryTroy, NYJune 1, 2022 Continue reading

Green Party candidate for governor not intimidated by big-money opponents

Michelle Bicking says she's running for Governor under the Green Party of Connecticut not to gain power, but to spread it around. A 45-year-old licensed clinical social worker who lives in Newington, Bicking was nominated last weekend at the party's annual meeting in Hartford. She is a native of the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood in Brooklyn, N.Y., has lived in Connecticut for about 13 years, and holds several undergraduate and master's degrees, including in Public Administration, Social Work, and Spanish/Latin American studies. Continue reading

Green Party files to run for Governor and Lt. Governor

ALBANY, NY – The Green Party of New York filed nominating petitions for their candidates for Governor and Lt. Governor on Tuesday, saying that the Democrats’ failure to address critical issues in the 2022 state legislative session highlighted the need for an independent progressive alternative party in New York. Continue reading

An Evening with Lee Camp & Matthew Hoh

Matthew Hoh and activist comedian Lee Camp talk about Matt’s Green Party run for US Senate in North Carolina, the importance of pressing the system on all fronts, especially for party building including in elections, how ballot access rules are a form of voter suppression, making leaders legally accountable, the urgency of dealing with climate change, the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Ukraine, the “crime family story” of the US and UK persecution of Julian Assange, and his betrayal by corporate media. Continue reading

Matthew Hoh For U.S. Senate Responds to White Supremacist Killings In Buffalo, New York

Green Party U.S. Senate candidate, Matthew Hoh, and his campaign team, extend their deepest sympathies to all the families and loved ones of 10 slain victims of white supremacist murderer, Payton Gendron on May 14th in Buffalo, New York. But it's not enough to extend our sympathies unless we also confront the systemic racism that led to these horrific murders. Continue reading

Help Wisconsin Greens get Sharyl McFarland on the ballot!

The Wisconsin Green Party has two weeks left to get Sharyl McFarland on the ballot for Secretary of State, and we need your help! We are in need of volunteers to help gather signatures, and we are willing to pay people to petition as well. If you’re able to help, please contact us at [email protected] or through our website and we’ll get in touch. Continue reading

Green MWRD candidates submit signatures to get on november ballot

Illinois Green Party candidates for the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District, Toneal Jackson and Mark Buettner, filed their petitions to get on the ballot for the 2022 General Election on Monday (3/14/22). The MWRD, which occupies most of Cook County, plus a few townships outside of Cook County, is the Illinois Green Party’s only recognized district. So while most Green candidates around the state begin petitioning in April, MWRD candidates began collecting signatures in January, at the same time as Democrats and Republicans and other third parties with recognized districts. Continue reading

Green Party of Connecticut nominates gubernatorial candidate

Gov. Ned Lamont and Republican Bob Stefanowski won their party’s endorsements two weeks ago at the convention, but they’re not the only candidates running for governor. Last weekend, the Green Party of Connecticut endorsed Michelle Louise Bicking for governor and Cassandra Martineau as lieutenant governor. The Green Party doesn't have automatic ballot access which means it will have to collect 7,500 signatures to get Bicking and Martineau on the ballot in November. However, the 45 year old Bickings, doesn't believe it will be a hard path. Continue reading

Q&A with Dan Kapelovitz, California attorney general candidate

There are five candidates on the June 7 ballot who want to be elected attorney general. They are incumbent Rob Bonta, a Democrat appointed to the position last year; attorney/business owner Eric Early and general counsel Nathan Hochman, both Republicans; criminal defense attorney Dan Kapelovitz, a Green party candidate; and Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert, an independent. The top two vote-getters will advance to a Nov. 8 runoff. The San Diego Union-Tribune Editorial Board sent each a 10-question survey and here are their replies. Below are Dan Kapelovitz’s responses and a link to other responses. Continue reading