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Your Signature is Needed!

Watch how easy it is to do your part to restore fair democracy in Indiana. This short instructional video explains how to sign a petition to get our candidate for Secretary of State, George Wolfe, on the ballot for the November Election.


The Green Party of Santa Clara County reminds you to VOTE GREEN in tomorrow's primary.

Not registered to vote? You can still go to your County Elections Office  to register and vote conditionally until June 5th! You ballots will be processed once the county elections office has completed the voter registration verification process. Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters, 1555 Berger Drive, Building 2, San José. Learn more HERE.


We don't usually send out links to articles from corporate entities, but this one is pretty telling.  Jon Campbell reports on how nothing is getting done in the NYS Senate because those in power put party over people.  It's chaos and gridlock in Albany as you and I try to deal with crisis after crisis with climate change, health care, systemic racism, and more.  You can read the article here. 

That is why we are so proud and excited about our candidates for statewide office as well as the Brian White for State Senate campaign in the 55th district to replace Rich Funke.  Take a look at what Brian is trying to do with his campaign, then see how you can support him.  This is a perfect example of why Greens run for office.  The two-party system is not working and if those in power don't want to do anything, we will.


The June 5th primary Election is jsut around the corner and voting by mail has already begun. We have been campaigning and phone banking for our amazing Green and corporate-free candidates and they need your vote! We invite you to change the heart of politics!

We need YOU to Get Out The Green Vote and spread the word about our Green and Corporate-free candidates who will fight for ‘We the People’.  #WeAreGreen


If you find that you share these ideals and want to work toward a future where people and planet are valued and our government represents all of us, come and join the movement. 

Everything we do is based on our Four Pillars and Ten Key Values.


The first quarter of 2018 brought us many new opportunities to serve our community and to campaign for our endorsed Green candidates. There is never a shortage of issues and actions for Green Party activists but even if you don't think of yourself as an activist, by just registering Green, you are taking a strong stand against the establishment political system that is set on dismantling our democracy. Here we bring you more oppotiunities to engage with issues and campaigns.

Volunteer with us and together, we can make a better world possible. #WeAreGreen


Welcome to the April 2018 issue of the DC Statehood Green Party monthly newsletter!

Follow along to learn more about a HUGE victory for democracy right here in Washington, DC, hear from our newest declared candidate for the 2018 election, and get the latest updates about how you get can get involved in the "DC Divest" and "Put a Price on Carbon" campaigns.


There is a lot happening in the local Green Party scene in Monroe County!

First of all, if you missed the March monthly meeting on Food Justice, fear not. We have video!


News, Candidates, Information, Events Nationally, Statewide & Locally

If you find that you share these ideals and want to work toward a future where people and planet are valued and our government represents all of us, come and join the movement. Everything we do is based on our Four Pillars and Ten Key Values. Want to help? Sign the PA Green Party Petition to decriminalize below!


Wisconsin Green Party Co-chair's Report: Winter 2018, By Dave Schwab, WIGP Co-chair

The Wisconsin Green Party has been busy since our Fall Gathering in Muskego. One of the first steps we took, after electing new officers and adding more active members to our committees, was to convene a Structure Team to address some of the structural issues that have held our party back from greater growth and effectiveness. The Structure Team's first task was to propose substantial revisions to our bylaws, which are presented in this newsletter for our members to review.


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