Your vote will save the Green Party in New York
BROOKLYN, NY – Early voting starts October 24, and Election Day is only 30 days away, on November 3! Your help is needed to save the Green Party ballot line in New York State by getting out the vote for the Hawkins/Walker campaign! Months ago, Gov. Cuomo hatched a scheme to kill off the Green Party and other alternative parties in NY.
Although the Green Party is working with other alternative parties to legally challenge Cuomo's extreme voter disenfranchisement, we may not prevail in the courts. If not, we're required to get 130,000 votes in the presidential race or 2% of votes cast, just to maintain our ballot line!Read more
Why vote for Howie Hawkins?
By David Sutliff Atias
September 8, 2020
In this post we’re going to address that worn out excuse for not voting Green: it’s a waste of your vote. But before you go on, if you haven’t read the first part of this called How Much Do You Hate Trump? you should check that out first. Because if you read that first then my first point will make much more sense.
Voting for what you believe in is NEVER a waste of your vote. It is what voting and elections are supposed to be about. In fact, I argue that this concept of voting for what you actually want instead of against what you don’t want is the only thing that makes voting worthwhile.Read more
Want to vote Green in 2020?
Then Do This Now!
MADISON, Wi – We are now in the final week of our 2020 Wisconsin Green Party ballot petition drive. If you want to be able to vote for Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker on the Green ticket in 2020, please act now to make sure our candidates are on the ballot in November – we need your help!Read more
Ranked-Choice Voting: an idea whose time has come
Climate activist Bill McKibben took to the New Yorker recently to advise me and the Green Party to stand down our presidential campaign and instead work for ranked-choice voting (RCV) so we don’t “spoil” the election for Joe Biden (“Instead of Challenging Joe Biden, Maybe the Green Party Could Help Change Our Democracy,” April 15).
The problem with McKibben’s advice is that the Green Party’s demand for replacing the Electoral College with a ranked-choice national popular vote for president will not even be raised in the presidential campaign if the Greens are not in the race.Read more
News from the North Carolina Green Party
North Carolina Green Party’s First Presidential Primary March 3
Thanks to all of our Green voters who showed up to vote Green on Super Tuesday, or during early voting! For the first time ever, the North Carolina Green Party (NCGP) held a state-run presidential primary to apportion delegates to the national Green Party's Presidential Nominating Convention, to be held this July in Detroit.Read more
Vote in the Green-Rainbow primary election
BOSTON – On Tuesday, March 3, Massachusetts parties will have their turn at choosing nominees for President of the United States, and the Green-Rainbow Party is no exception.
The first step you can take: Select a Green-Rainbow Party ballot (the green one!) and vote for your choice of a Green Party candidate for president.Read more
Demand for Climate Action Drives Green Party Vote Surge Throughout Europe
The Green Party of the United States congratulated Green Parties throughout Europe for their strong showing in the recent elections for European Parliament, where the Greens won 71 seats, up from 52.
News reports said that the "Green Wave" was driven by the party's strong climate agenda. The party polled particularly well among young voters and in cities.Read more
You can vote GREEN on Tuesday April 2 for the President of the Board of Aldermen!
If you live in St. Louis City the election for Board of Alderman (BOA) President is not over!
Besides the incumbent Democrat Lewis Reed, the Green Party candidate, Jerome Bauer, will be on the ballot. Unlike Reed, Green Party candidate Bauer has consistently opposed privatizing the airport.Read more
Vote Today, 6 AM - 9 PM. Green Party. Row D. Defy Cuomo and Trump
Vote today as if our Lives Depended on it. They do.
Please vote Row D, Green Party. Most important is our ticket of Howie Hawkins and Jia Lee. Only votes for Governor / Lt Gov count towards the 50,000 threshold needed to continue as a ballot qualified party, which makes it much easier for us to field candidates.Read more
ELECTION DAY: This vote is about you!
Today is Election Day! If you didn't have a chance to participate in early voting, today is your last chance to vote Green-Rainbow. Please look up your polling place here: http://www.sec.state.ma.us/wheredoivotema/
Polls are open until 8:00 pm across Massachusetts.Read more