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Stein continues appeal to Sanders supporters

Truthout interviews Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein about her appeal to supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders and other voters disenchanted with expected major-party nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Stein said, “I think the Green Party and my campaign… Continue Reading

“Terrible fit” for Green Party removed from Ohio U.S. House ballot

Jim Condit, Jr., the Green Party nominee in the June 7 special election in Ohio’s Eighth U.S. House district and also for the seat in the November general election, will not be on the November ballot after the Butler County… Continue Reading

Green Party responds to Colbert comments on Nader, Sanders

The Green Party of the United states has responded to Stephen Colbert’s repeat of the “Nader spoiled” accusation during his May 18 CBS Late Show. GPUS Co-Chair Paul Pipkin said, “When you look at the actual numbers in 2000, it… Continue Reading

Stein says she is “where Bernie Sanders was about six months ago”

Vice writes about the Green Party’s efforts to take advantage of the Bernie Sanders movement, writing that much of the talk at the Left Forum in New York this week was about what Sanders supporters should do in November. When… Continue Reading

Baltimore Green mayoral candidate Harris reacts to Gray trial verdict

The Baltimore Sun quotes Baltimore Green Party mayoral candidate Joshua Harris on the not guilty verdict in the trial of Officer Edward Gero in the death of Freddie Gray: “Today, Officer Nero was found not guilty on all charges. I… Continue Reading

D.C. Statehood Green council candidate wins straw poll

G. Lee Aikin, a District of Columbia Statehood Green Party candidate for the D.C. council, won the D.C. Tenants’ Advocacy Commission straw poll in her at-large race. Aikin finished second behind Democrat Robert White; the top two candidates were declared… Continue Reading

Green Party endorses March For Our Lives during Democratic convention

The Green Party of the United States has endorsed the March For Our Lives, organized by the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign in Philadelphia on July 25, the opening day of the Democratic National Convention. While the city of… Continue Reading

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