2024 Nomination Process

One candidate has met "recognition" standards as as defined by GPUS Rules & Procedures, Article 10:

Jill Stein

Two candidates met "recognition" standards up to 1/1/2024 as as defined by GPUS Rules & Procedures, Article 10:

Jasmine Sherman | Jorge Zavala

These candidates are actively seeking the Green Party nomination for president.  

Robert CookeDavi | Randy Toler 

The Green Party 2024 Primary Process

2024 Presidential Nomination Process Including Information for Candidates on How to Seek the Green Party Nomination

Every four years, the Green Party of the United States nominates its presidential and vice-presidential candidates at its quadrennial Presidential Nominating Convention. In 2016 the convention was held in Houston, Texas, August 4-7.  In 2020, the convention was held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our state parties  and caucuses have their own rules regarding how to select delegates for the individual presidential candidates. Some states hold a primary, other states do so via a state convention.

The Green Party has run a presidential candidate in every presidential election since 1996.

The PCSC has sent a Presidential Candidate Questionnaire to all candidates seeking our nomination.  Responses to this questionnaire will be published when they are received

To become recognized as a candidate seeking the GPUS Presidential nomination for President, one must demonstrate a level of grassroots support within the Green Party and a level of legal and financial organization by satisfying these criteria, including gaining signatures of support from at least 250 Green Party members.

Individual state parties and accredited national caucuses will select delegates to the 2024 Green Party Presidential Convention via a variety of processes, including primaries, caucuses and state conventions, followed by the 2024 Green Party Presidential Nominating Convention.

Information will be available on decision-making by state parties  and identity caucuses regarding how candidates may participate in their primary elections or caucuses.

Updated on April 15, 2024.

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