2024 Candidates

Tom Wakely for Senate

(Deming, NM) - On April 29, 2024 the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust, a non-profit organization based in Washington D.C. called for an investigation into Senator Martin Heinrich for reportedly linking official action to a solicitation for campaign contributions. "While I am not a big fan of conservative advocacy organizations even a broken clock gets the time right twice a day. Their accusations against Senator Heinrich are troubling, to say the least," Tom Wakely said. Continue reading

Marnie Glickman: Building trust is how we strengthen our democracy and build change

Government should be like lemonade. A well-balanced blend of three ingredients: lemon juice, sugar, and water. Dependable, affordable, not too sweet, and not too sour. Portlanders are sick and tired of business as usual in City Hall. It is making a lot of bad lemonade. We are frustrated, dissatisfied, and struggling. Continue reading

Jason Call: No National Guard on college campuses

American students across the country are standing up and demanding an end to Israel’s genocide in Gaza. In response, corrupt university administrators are swarming the students with police in riot gear, staging snipers on the roofs overlooking the demonstrators, and violently assaulting students and their allies. Continue reading

Jason Call: I was arrested protesting genocide

I'm in Missouri right now with Dr. Jill Stein. We’re in the midst of a nationwide tour visiting states where we are working to get her on the ballot for November While we were in St. Louis, students from Washington University asked us to join them at their Gaza Solidarity encampment. Of course we went. Continue reading

Eduardo Quintana for Senate

My name is Eduardo Heredia-Quintana and I'm running for Senate with the Arizona Green Party to offer a true political choice outside our failed two-party system. I believe in a pro-worker, anti-war, climate action agenda and will put this front and center in November. Continue reading

One day is not enough

Every year, Earth Day is a reminder to me that one day is not enough. We need to take time EVERY day to do our part for the planet. Portland is at a crossroads. Do we want to act boldly to meet the demand of the moment, protect our citizens, and expand sustainable economic opportunities, or will we settle for business as usual? Continue reading

Boeing Whistleblower: “This is a criminal cover up”

I told you that a much-needed reckoning is coming for the world’s largest aerospace company. We are one step closer to that after another Boeing whistleblower bluntly testified before Congress this week: “This is a criminal cover up.” Continue reading

Green Party of NJ welcomes to the “GREEN 13” candidate slate Robin Brownfield in CD-1 and Ben Taylor in CD-9!

Robin Brownfield is a well known artist & activist in South Jersey. She’s been an ally for those running to bring forward change in Jersey machine politics. She supports many issues including ending funding to Israel, calling for a ceasefire against Palestinians, enacting Medicare for all and a real green new deal. Continue reading

Green Party of New Jersey Candidate for US Senate Says: Climate Change is Real!

“Now that I have your attention,” said Christina Khalil, Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate in New Jersey, “let me tell you why we should all be worried about the climate crisis and why the climate crisis is real.” The day after a 4.8 earthquake and its multiple aftershocks hit New Jersey, many extreme right-wing skeptics took issue with Christina’s Khalil’s statement that “The climate crisis is real.” Christina also wondered out loud why there appeared to be more earthquakes in New Jersey than in the past. Continue reading

Marnie for Real Change

I have called Portland home since 1992, and if I've learned one truth about Portlanders it's this: We are creative and independent people. We take care of our neighbors, lift each other up, and love our time outdoors. But that doesn't mean things are always easy. Our city is in a downward spiral. Housing is too damn expensive. Houselessness is endemic. We don't have a strong safety net for people who are struggling, and people don't feel safe. We are better than this. Continue reading