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The Green Party of the United States is a grassroots national party. We're the party for "We The People," the health of our planet, and future generations instead of the One Percent. We welcome all those who refuse to accept a choice limited to the Two Parties of War and Wall Street.
To learn about or contact your state Green Party click here.
We want you to be a leader in the movement to fight climate change, replace corporate power with democracy and economic justice for all, end mass incarceration, and stop endless war.
The Green Party supports livable wages, universal health care (Medicare For All), repeal of Citizens United, free higher education, student debt forgiveness, full reproductive rights for women, human rights for all immigrants and for LGBTs, and racial justice: Black Lives Matter!
Greens will lead the opposition to the Trump-Pence agenda during the next four years. We will not compromise, capitulate, or go along with the bipartisan consensus. The Green Party continues to represent the best hope for America's future.
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Facts about the Green Party
- In 2016, the Green Party was on the ballot in 45 states (including the District of Columbia). Three other states counted write-in votes for presidential nominee Jill Stein and running mate Ajamu Baraka.
- Along with the state Green Parties, the national party grants power within the party to identity caucuses: Latinx Caucus, Lavender Greens (LGBT), Youth Caucus, Black Caucus, and Women's Caucus. Read about them here -- and consider joining one.
There are over 100 Green Parties around the world, on every continent except Antarctica. Greens represent a global movement for environmental and social justice, nonviolence, and democracy.
- The Green Party demanded full LGBT rights, called for legalization of marijuana and an end to the War on Drugs, and opposed the Iraq War from the beginning -- long before major-party politicians decided that these positions were safe.