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Georgia Green Party’s Dixon discusses building party in state

CounterPunch interviews Georgia Green Party activist Bruce Dixon, managing editor of Black Agenda Report, about building the party in the state and nationally. Dixon said, “We won a victory in the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals here in Georgia…and the… Continue Reading

Connecticut newspaper editorial: Sanders backers can choose Stein

Connecticut’s Norwich Bulletin says in an editorial that “much has been made of recent polling showing that more than half of voters dislike” Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, “but provided her Connecticut petition drive is successful, voters here will have… Continue Reading

Green Party formally recognizes two presidential candidates

The Green Party of the United States said in a Wednesday statement that it “formally recognizes two candidates for the 2016 Green presidential nomination, in accordance with party rules: Jill Stein and William Kreml. Both candidates have fulfilled all the… Continue Reading

Humanist Report interviews Stein

The Humanist Report interviews Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein. The complete audio runs just under 42 minutes.

MintPress News interviews Colorado “rebel candidate” Menconi

Colorado Green U.S. Senate candidate Arn Menconi was interviewed by MintPress News about his campaign. On its website, MintPress News says the “rebel candidate” may be “exactly what’s needed to ‘make America great again.’ His track record of radical action… Continue Reading

Maryland Green U.S. Senate nominee Flowers issues statement on primary win

The Flowers for Senate campaign released this statement today: Pediatrician and advocate Margaret Flowers has won the Green Party nomination for the Maryland U.S. Senate seat, and is urging voters to replace retiring Sen. Barbara Mikulski with another progressive woman… Continue Reading

Complete Maryland Green Party primary results

Here are the complete results of the Maryland and Baltimore Green Party by-mail and in-person primary, as reported by the party organizations: U.S. Senate: Margaret Flowers 125 (98%), None of the Above 3 (2%). U.S. House, Third District: Nnabu Eze… Continue Reading

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