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Campaign Treasurer 101 webinar

One of the most important and necessary roles in any campaign is the Campaign Treasurer. In most cases, without a Treasurer, a candidate cannot legally collect and spend money, which is pretty much the same thing as saying "no treasurer, no campaign."  Yet candidates struggle to find qualified and willing volunteers to serve in this critical role.  But it's not rocket science!  You too can learn to be a Campaign Treasurer and help enable someone else to run for office! Continue reading

Green Party of New York Releases Statement on Gun Control

ALBANY, NY, 2/22/23 – 2023 has started off with a bang - literally - with 39 mass shootings in the first 3 weeks of the new year. “On the eve of the 5th year anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman High School mass shooting, Michigan State University campus became the next scene of carnage,” said Gloria Mattera, Green Party of New York (GPNY) co-chair. “While elected officials from the Democratic and Republican parties pat themselves on the back for passing the feeble Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, the killing continues,” added Peter LaVenia, GPNY co-chair. Continue reading

Jill Stein speech

Jill Stein addressing the crowd in Washington, DC on February 18, 2023. Continue reading

Pennsylvania Greens Celebrate International Women's Day, March 8

By Tina Olson. "The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any." -- Alice Walker Women in America have come a long way despite the work that still needs to be done. This year's theme for International Women's Day (IWD) will be "Embrace Equity." The Green Party of Pennsylvania supports the principles of this day of recognition on March 8 because it adheres to our Ten Key Values. Continue reading

Howie Hawkins' response to the State of the Union

Howie Hawkins responds to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address: what Biden got right, what he got wrong, and the important problems he failed to address.  

For the Love of the People, Planet, Peace

This Valentine’s Day, we hope that you have the privilege to celebrate love in your community. After all, a LOVE FOR ALL is in the heart of every revolutionary who works to build equitable, compassionate, inclusive, and thriving communities. As Ernesto Che Guevara reminds us: Continue reading

Northwest Indiana Green Party Crossroads: February 2023

Even though that groundhog said otherwise, your Northwest Indiana Green Party feels that spring is arriving faster than we think. That is why we are getting ready for a very busy season for our grassroots environmental movement and we are ready to get out to engage our region once again. So come out of your winter burrow and join us Sunday, February 19th for our monthly strategize. The Northwest Indiana Greens are moving forward with our outreach, advocacy and some exciting political campaigns in the region. Continue reading

Wisconsin Green Party 2023 Winter Gathering

The Wisconsin Green Party (WIGP) will hold a 2023 Winter Gathering state membership meeting on Saturday February 25, 2023 from Noon to 3:00 p.m. The goal of this gathering will be to hold open discussion on the priorities of the WI Green Party, and to help members get involved with the party to take action on those priorities. Continue reading

Kevin Zeese Memorial Fund

In September of 2020, the Maryland Green Party lost one of our key organizers and supporters, Kevin Zeese. Kevin represented the Maryland Green Party honorably as a candidate for U.S. Senate and worked alongside us for many years. To honor his memory and his support of the Green Party, shortly after his passing, the Maryland Green Party established the Kevin Zeese Memorial Fund. Continue reading

Maryland Green Party Response to State of the Union Address, 2023

Hello, my name is Justin Sindall, I am the membership coordinator for the Green Party of Maryland, and an Alternate Delegate to the Green Party of the United States' National Committee. And despite what you've heard from a bunch of rich politicians down the road from me in DC, the state of our union is tepid at best, and the folks who spoke, clapped or those who sat on their hands during the joint session of Congress just now are the bulk of the reason for it. Continue reading