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Indiana Green Party announces state congress

Join the Indiana Green Party for the 2020 State Congress. Congress will be virtual this year! The tentative agenda for our 2020 Congress is below. Come and meet fellow Greens, help us shape our platform, discuss future candidacies, and more. Due to the pandemic and the Congress being virtual this year, there is no cost to attend the event. Any donation you would be willing to give would certainly be welcome! Continue reading

Are you a Green running for office? Let us know!

It is hard to believe we are less than 90 days away from the 2020 Presidential Election on November 3rd! Surely this year tops the list of most eventful in recent history! Despite the challenges of a pandemic, community hardships and the burden of an economic crisis, Green still believe that a better world is possible. We KNOW the common sense solutions to address inequity and injustice, and indeed, we have built an entire platform on those solutions! Continue reading

Green-Rainbow Party announces meeting dates

Join us for this year's annual GRP Convention Independent Politics and the Uprising For People, Planet and Peace Bypassing the parties of war, Wall Street & white supremacy! BOSTON – This year, the Green-Rainbow Party Convention will be virtual and *FREE*. Donations appreciated to help cover costs!The convention will host a series of exciting weekly workshops, beginning Saturday, August 8, (details below). The workshops will be recorded and available on our website. These will be followed by the annual Green-Rainbow Party business meeting, including inspired keynote speakers, on Saturday, September 26, 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Continue reading

Green Party and Libertarian Party file joint lawsuit fighting ballot access restrictions

ALBANY, NY, July 27, 2020 – The Green Party of New York (GPNY) and the Libertarian Party of New York (LPNY) filed a Federal lawsuit today in the Southern District of New York to invalidate restrictive ballot access provisions passed as a rider to the FY2021 State Budget. Since 1936, minor political parties in New York have been required to obtain 50,000 votes for their gubernatorial candidate every four years in order to achieve and maintain ballot status. The GPNY achieved ballot status in 2010, and has since maintained it, while the LPNY achieved ballot status in 2018. Continue reading

Want to vote Green in 2020?

Then Do This Now! MADISON, Wi – We are now in the final week of our 2020 Wisconsin Green Party ballot petition drive. If you want to be able to vote for Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker on the Green ticket in 2020, please act now to make sure our candidates are on the ballot in November – we need your help! Continue reading

North Carolina Green Party stands against police violence

The North Carolina Green Party cosponsors protests against police violence and racism and calls for immediate end to police immunity PITTSBORO, NC – The North Carolina Green Party (NCGP) continues to emphatically support the protests and actions in North Carolina, across the US, and around the world that have arisen in response to decades of systemic police violence and institutionalized racism that culminated in the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25, 2020. Continue reading

July 2020 Green Party of Texas newsletter

HOUSTON – The Green Party of the United States nominating convention held July 11th finalized our Presidential & Vice-Presidential nominees. Congratulations to Howie Hawkins & Angela Walker who won broad approval throughout the party. Follow them on Twitter @HowieHawkins & @AngelaNWalker. GPTX supports our nominees! Great news! Hawkins/Walker 2020 has already qualified for federal matching funds. So donations through most of August can be DOUBLED, letting the campaign put more into ballot access efforts! Continue reading

PA Greens oppose Trump’s repression of dissent

PHILADELPHIA – President Donald Trump was recently recorded making this threat: “Well, I'm going to do something. That I can tell you -- because we're not going to -- New York and Chicago and Philadelphia, Detroit and Baltimore and all of these -- Oakland is a mess. We're not going to let this happen in our country. All run by liberal Democrats.” Like usual, Trump blamed the Democrats for the civil unrest, and the Democrats blame Trump and the Republicans. Continue reading

Today is the last day to sign the petition to get us on the ballot

Washington Green Party supporters and organizers ... Reminder: TODAY Saturday JULY 25TH is the final day to sign our nominating petition to get Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker on the ballot! IF YOU NEED A COPY OF THE PETITION TO SIGN Download & print the petition here:  https://greenpartywashington.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/GreenParty_NominatingPetition_2020_v2.pdf Continue reading

Spotlight on the Maine House Green Independent Minority Office

Zoom webinar hosted by the Maine House Green Independents and the Maine Green Independent Party July 21, 2020, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. ET This webinar will feature presentations by three former Maine state representatives who served in the House Green Independent minority caucus. Three Maine Legislatures, the 121st, 122nd and 128th sessions, have had a Green Independent minority office. Rep. John Eder (G--Portland) was the first Green elected to a state legislature in a general election. Eder was elected in 2002 and re-elected in 2004. Continue reading