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How to vote in Texas if you don't have a photo ID

The state of Texas has made it easier for more Texans to vote in this election by expanding the types of identification that a voter can present at the polls! If you don't have a photo ID (reminder of the accepted forms of photo ID here), you'll just need to fill out a short form stating the reason why you haven't been able to get one and swearing that you are who you say you are. Continue reading

North Carolina Greens at the State Fair

The North Carolina Green Party booth at this year's State Fair in Raleigh has been attracting large crowds. Continue reading

Texas Election Forum

Martina Salinas, Green Party Nominee for Texas Railroad Commission and Travis Christal, Green Party nominee for Texas House of Representatives, District 92, will be participating in this forum. Continue reading

One Month Left

There's only one month left. Election day is November 8th. It's October 8th, and the country is faced with unacceptable Presidential candidates from the Democratic, Republican, and Libertarian parties! Continue reading

Tarrant County Green Party Endorses Black Lives Matter Network and Vision For Black Lives

The Tarrant County Green Party has joined the Black Lives Matter Movement in mutual support and coalition to strengthen the movement to stop oppressive actions of police brutality in the U.S and other countries internationally. The brutality of U.S. police officers toward African-Americans is intolerable. As activists realize that the same systems of oppression killing them in the United States are active worldwide, the movement spreads beyond American borders. Non-violent activists from Ferguson, Missouri, traveled to Palestine in 2015 to cement a growing sense of solidarity and connection with the shared struggles of Palestinians against the Israeli occupation. Continue reading

NY Green to participate in televised debate

State Assemblyman Dan Stec, R-Queensbury, and Green Party challenger Robin Barkenhagen have agreed to participate in a televised debate that will be filmed at 9 a.m. Oct. 20 and broadcast on WNCE Look-TV of Saratoga Springs and Glens Falls, Barkenhagen announced and Stec confirmed on Wednesday. Former Saratoga Springs Mayor Michael Lenz, host of the Look TV "Beyond the Headlines" program, will be moderator. Continue reading

Greens rally outside Clinton event in New Hampshire

A dozen Green Party members and supporters picketed a Clinton rally at the University of New Hampshire on Wednesday, September 28th. The web site MassLive.com quoted Ryan Fowler, a Jill Stein supporter. Continue reading

Jill Stein brings "people, planet and peace over profit" to Oxford October 3

Green Party candidate for President Dr. Jill Stein will lead a Student Town Hall next Monday, October 3, at The Lyric Oxford, 1006 Van Buren Avenue. Doors open at 6 PM, with information tables and networking opportunities, and the town hall begins at 7 PM. Following opening remarks by Jill Stein, students will pose questions to her live. Her visit is sponsored by Popular Resistance, Mississippi Chapter, a sanctioned student activity group at Ole Miss, and the Green Party of Mississippi. More information is at https://www.facebook.com/groups/846337568787104/ Continue reading

SEIU 200United endorses Funiciello

SEIU 200United, a union that represents employees of human service agencies, municipalities, school and sports franchises, has endorsed Green Party of New York congressional candidate Matt Funiciello. The endorsement splits labor support three ways in the 21st Congressional District race. Continue reading

Additional CPD Debate Protest Rallies Coordinated by Libertarian and Green Parties

We're writing with a quick update about today's rally to protest the exclusionary "Presidential Debates". In addition to the Green Party of Minnesota's originally scheduled rally on the U of M campus at 6:00 pm, the Libertarian and Green parties are coordinating a joint effort to educate the public about why they see only two candidates in the debates in election after election. All three rallies are slated to occur on Monday September 26 in the Twin Cities metro, with the two additional rallies earlier in the day at local television stations (KARE11 and KSTP): Continue reading