Green Party endorses Sunday Global Climate March

The Green Party of the United States said this week that it hard endorsed the Global Climate March that will take place in Paris on Sunday. The march “will challenge the leaders of 190-plus nations meeting at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21) to achieve a legally binding global agreement on post-2020 […]

Maryland Green Senate candidate Flowers urges support for local economies

Maryland Green Party U.S. Senate candidate Margaret Flowers is calling on supporters to “take the Flowers for Senate ‘Rebuild Our Local Economy’ Pledge”. Flowers is asking backers to “pledge not to vote for candidates who support union-busting legislation like so-called ‘right-to-work’ bills and the Trans-Pacific Partnership,” and “pledge to only support local businesses during your […]

Kreml: “The principal rival is China”

Green Party presidential candidate Bill Kreml said on Facebook this week that “the principal rival” of the United States is China. Kreml wrote, “If you think of it in a historical context, consider what is going on with our relationship to Russia in contrast to what Nixon did with China. Nixon visited China to separate […]

Green Party history updated on

The Green Party history section of the party website at has been revised and fully updated. The history narrative formerly covered only the years through 2000. The new version also covers the 2000, 2004, 2008, and 2012 presidential campaigns, as well as the Green Party’s successes in several state legislative elections and many local […]

Stein maintains lead in Green Party Watch presidential poll, with 63%

Jill Stein maintains her lead in Green Party Watch’s online poll on the 2016 Green presidential nomination. So far, Stein is backed by 63% of respondents, with Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza Curry at nine percent, Darryl Cherney at seven percent, Kent Mesplay at three percent, and Bill Kreml at one percent. Seventeen percent prefer “someone […]

Green Party councilmember joins Minneapolis protests over Clark shooting

MinnPost reports that Cam Gordon, a Green Party member of the Minneapolis city council, is among three councilmembers who have been taking part in protests over the police shooting of Jamar Clark. Gordon has faced some criticism for joining the demonstrations, but said it does not bother him. He said, “We can be supportive. We […]

Stein has met matching funds requirement in nine states

Ballot Access News reports that Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein “has met the legal requirement for primary season matching funds in nine states: California, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. She needs eleven more states to be eligible.”

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