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Tampa Greens to go door knocking

Join us for canvasing this Saturday. Come with us to dismantle the two party system. We will meet at the Interstate 4 corridor, one the the most important location for the swing state Florida. We can turn things around! Come and meet us at 8052 56th Street next to 7/11 gas station corner of Puritan Road Saturday 24, at 10:00 am. Continue reading

Spokane Greens meeting & visibility project schedule

There are less than 50 days left until the presidential election. As a part of our ongoing Spokane for Stein Visibility Project we will continue to gather in groups at busy intersections in Spokane, communicating support for Jill Stein to voters. We have large custom made signs and a large banner to display on the I-90 overpass! Come join us to get the word out to our community that we have a great candidate as an alternative to the two party tragedy.  Continue reading

Wyoming Voters Deserve Open Debates

In the coming weeks news reports will be filled with coverage about the performance of the Republican and Democratic Party candidates in the televised Presidential and Vice Presidential debates. Wyoming voters deserve to receive equal coverage about the ideas of the Green and Libertarian Party candidates. The private company that controls the debates has set an arbitrary bar to participation. The only candidate outside the two ruling parties to qualify was a billionaire financing his own campaign a quarter century ago. The debates themselves are actually scripted press conferences disguised as journalism. Continue reading

Get Jill in the debates: Protest at Hofstra University

The Commission on Presidential Debates has decided to exclude Jill Stein and Gary Johnson from the debates. We expected this decision and are escalating our actions to get Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka into the debates.  Continue reading

Greens to rally for racial justice at Ferguson Police Dept

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Green Party of the United States will hold a rally across the street from Ferguson, Missouri Police Headquarters on Saturday, July 25, during the party's Annual National Meeting in St. Louis from July 23 to 26. The rally, which will take place 3:30 to 5:00 p.m., will call for an end to racial injustice, especially the killing of people of color by police and right-wing extremists, the recent burning of Black churches in southern states, deep racial disparities in the justice system, mass incarceration, and unrestrained police-prosecutorial power. Rally participants will show support for black and working class communities all over the country demanding a $15 an hour minimum wage and a future free of state oppression. Continue reading

Green presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney wins the DC Statehood Green primary with 41.48%

Ms. McKinney will visit DC on Tuesday, Feb. 19 and speak at Howard University; details to be announced WASHINGTON, DC -- According to unofficial election night results released by the DC Board of Elections and Ethics, Cynthia McKinney has won the DC Statehood Green Party primary in the February 12 presidential primary in the District of Columbia. The DC Statehood Green Party is one five state Green Parties participating in their respective state primaries in 2008. Continue reading

DC ADVISORY Green pres. candidate Cynthia McKinney to visit DC, Md. on Feb. 19

Green presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney to make campaign stops in DC and Maryland on Tuesday, Feb. 19 Former Georgia member of Congress will speak at Howard University and the University of Maryland in College Park; Ms. McKinney won the DC primary on Feb. 12 WASHINGTON, DC -- Green presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney will visit the Washington, DC, area for three campaign appearances on Tuesday, February 19: Continue reading

Green Party Presidential Primary

SACRAMENTO (February 6, 2008) - Two-time Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader won the Green Party presidential primary here Tuesday - despite not yet being a declared candidate. He outdistanced six rivals (including two who had already withdrawn) in what was the most competitive Green Party presidential primary ever. However, the election was marred in California, and other states, by claims that Green party voters found it difficult to get ballots. Continue reading

Green Party Fields Numerous Reports Of Voting Irregularities In Chicago, Elsewhere

Voters who hoped to participate in the Illinois' first ever statewide Green Party primary are receiving a very rude reception at many polling places, especially in Chicago. In the early hours of voting, Green Party officials began receiving reports from frustrated voters across the state who, in many cases, had been told by pollworkers that there are no Green Party ballots available at their polling places, or that they had to vote on suspect electronic voting machines, even while other parties use paper ballots. Continue reading

Green presidential candidates gather in Washington, DC for a forum on Saturday, February 2 at Busboys & Poets

Ralph Nader, who recently announced his 2008 Exploratory Committee, will speak after the candidates' forum Time: Saturday, February 2, at 10 am Location: Busboys & Poets, 14th and V Streets, NW in Washington, DC WASHINGTON, DC -- Candidates for the Green Party's nomination will participate in a public forum in Washington, DC on Saturday, February 2. Candidates Jesse Johnson, Kent Mesplay, and Kat Swift will speak at the forum. Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowaisfza-Curry, who is seeking the Green Party's vice presidential nomination, will also speak. Continue reading