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The high cost of electricity

Why is electricity so expensive on Long Island -- and NY in general? At a recent meeting of the Green Party of Nassau County, activist Fred Harrison took a deep dive into the many contributing factors, and suggested some ways of fighting back. Some of this information will apply to other areas of the state as well. Continue reading

Vote Green in 2023

Agenda | Registration NOW OPEN | Media Credentials | Media Kit | Fundraiser with Lee Camp | Workshops | Presenters | George Martin The Green Party’s Annual National Meeting (ANM) will be held August 3 - 6, 2023! We are delighted to gather virtually providing an opportunity for all to participate this year, while we continue efforts to meet again in person in 2024. Continue reading

The Big Green-Rainbow Tent

  A Review of the May 6th Annual Convention by John Blumensteil After a 3-year COVID hiatus, May 6, 2023, witnessed the reopening of the “big tent” political convention of the Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party (GRP) in Worcester, MA. The GRP once again met face-to-face at the First Unitarian Church, on Main Street. What a joy and inspiration to see our fellow progressives face to face and spend a day together politicking, socializing, and reinvigorating ourselves for the struggle ahead. Continue reading

Missouri Green Party 2024 Petition Drive Underway

According to Sue Edward, Secretary of the Missouri Green Party, the MGP is now circulating a party petition for ballot access in The Show Me state for the 2024 General Election. She estimates that about 2,500 signatures have been gathered to date. 10,000 valid signatures will be needed by July 31, 2024, and the MGP’s goal is to turn in 15,000 total signatures. If the petition succeeds, it would qualify the MGP’s nominated candidates for all partisan elections in Missouri in November 2024. Continue reading

Montana Secretary of State Website Says that Green Party is On the Ballot for 2024

The Montana Secretary of State has listed the Green Party as a qualified party, after the party notified the Secretary of its new officers. There had been uncertainty about the party’s legal status. The Green Party was on in 2022, but because there were no statewide offices up in Montana, it was impossible for the Green Party, or any party, to poll 5% of the winner’s vote (the legal test) in a statewide race in 2022. Continue reading

Now is the time to get the Green Party on the ballot in Missouri in 2024

If you think that Joe Biden vs. Donald Trump (again!) is a good enough choice for President in 2024, then you can go on and skip the rest of this call to action... However, if you are not okay with this, then now is the time to do something BIG about it. Missouri Green Party volunteers have already been hard at work for months working on gathering the 15,000 signatures needed to put the Green Party on the ballot in Missouri in 2024. We have a great start. Continue reading

July 2023 Green Star

PA Green News Edited by Chris Robinson Allegheny Greens Endorse Olivia “Liv” Bennett for County Council District 13 Continue reading

Upcoming Events in Texas

2024's elections are right around the corner.  The time to organize is now!  The Green Party of Texas wants you organized & informed before the conventions. If your area doesn't have an active Green Party group & you'd like to connect, please reach out!  If you already have, you'll hear from us soon. Continue reading

Call to Action – Support our Nominated Candidates!

Congratulations to New Haven Green Party chapter members who won Green Party nomination at the June 28 State Central Committee Meeting: Continue reading

Green Party New York Summer 2023 Newsletter

Our First In-Person State Committee Meeting was held June 10, 2023. The future of the Green Party of New York was discussed and an Eco-Action Committee was approved. The GPNY Eco-Action Committee will complement national work on climate and take action around state-level legislation and campaigns. Mark Dunlea is spearheading this committee. To learn more, contact him at [email protected]. During the afternoon session of the meeting, Marco DaCosta gave a talk and slideshow about Greens in Power in Brazil, and presented some ideas that could be used by Greens in the U.S. Continue reading