Green Party Submits 20K Signatures for Nevada Ballot

Barring Democrat shenanigans, Jill Stein should see her name in November The Nevada Globe is reporting that The Green Party has submitted more than 20,000 signatures statewide, about twice the number required to qualify for the ballot in 2024. If the process holds up to the harsh scrutiny that will surely be directed her way — expect Democratic partisans to fight and nail against the inclusion of the Green Party candidate—then Jill Stein, the party’s nominee in 2012 and 2016 will face Silver State voters in 2024. Continue reading

LA City Council poised to strong-arm local democracy

Why a ‘democracy package’ of charter amendments needs to be considered independent of elected officials In October 2022, in response to the racist and hateful leaked audio recording between then-Los Angeles City Council members Nury Martinez, Kevin de Leon, and Gil Cedillo, and in the midst of ongoing corruption scandals plaguing the City Council, the Council voted to explore amending the City Charter to create an independent redistricting commission (IRC) and a larger city council.  Continue reading

Jill Stein for president – a moral imperative

The timeworn tactic of voting for the lesser of two evils has led us to unutterable evil, as exemplified by the arming of, and diplomatic cover for, Israel’s atrocities in Gaza and the West Bank. This war crime is only the latest in a very long series of moral outrages committed by successive Democrat and Republican regimes. The military-industrial complex requires enemies to thrive, and our bought-and-paid-for presidents are happy to oblige. Even if that means risking all in a confrontation with Russia or China. Continue reading

Green Party candidates for Senate in Arizona draw suspicion of being plants

The Arizona Green Party’s primary for the U.S. Senate is developing into a fierce contest, but the group’s leaders say it is a mirage: Both candidates listed on the ballot have drawn suspicion of being plants for Democrats and Republicans in a race that could decide control of the chamber. Continue reading

Green Party alleges it’s the target of mischief in Arizona Senate race

Both major parties could be using the third party’s ballot access as a means of gaining an edge in a key contest. The Arizona Green Party says it believes that two of the people set to appear on its primary ballot are both candidates planted by the major parties in a bid to sway the results of one of the country’s most hotly contested Senate races. Continue reading

Presidential Candidate Jill Stein Attacked in St. Louis

Caption: Kelly Merrill, Jill Stein, Jason Call with arrest charges on April 28, 2024. Photo by Barbara Chicherio. After attacking Dr. Jill Stein, St. Louis police charged her with assaulting them.  Stein is the presumptive Presidential candidate of the Green Party.  On April 27 she spoke at a program of the Green Party of St. Louis and then went to support student protesters at Washington University.  There, she was arrested along with Green Party campaign managers Jason Call and Kelly Merrill with about 100 others. Continue reading

US presidential candidate speaks out after anti-war protest arrest

US presidential candidate Jill Stein, who was arrested during an anti-war protest at Washington University, has spoken to Al Jazeera about what happened. Continue reading

Arizona Green Party accuses candidates of hijacking party's U.S. Senate primary

The only two Green Party candidates that could appear on primary ballots in the race for Arizona’s open U.S. Senate seat have no connections to the Arizona Green Party, a party official said. Scottsdale resident Mike Norton and Yuma resident Arturo Hernandez both gathered more than the 1,288 signatures required to qualify for the Green Party’s U.S. Senate primary in July. Both candidates entered the race in March, just weeks before the deadline to turn in those signatures. Continue reading

Democrats are attacking democracy, too

The party can't legitimately claim to be saving democracy while aggressively limiting voter choice ALBANY — Democrats tell us the coming election is about saving democracy. If Joe Biden loses, the claim goes, this little experiment of ours may end. "Whether democracy is still America's sacred cause is the most urgent question of our time," Biden said recently. "And it's what the 2024 election is all about." Continue reading

Voting has gotten easier in New York, but getting on the ballot hasn't

The recent consolidation of primaries in June means that petition-gathering season now falls in the middle of upstate’s elongated winter. ALBANY, NY — Democrats have made some of the most sweeping reforms to New York’s election law in over a century since they assumed sole control of Albany in 2019. Changes like early voting, eased registration deadlines, and new rules for voting by mail have made it easier than ever to cast a vote. Continue reading