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Flowers to hold Maryland Green primary get out the vote event Friday

Maryland Green Party U.S. Senate candidate Margaret Flowers will meet voters at the Green Party of the United States national headquarters in Takoma Park, Maryland, on Friday evening from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. to urge party members to vote… Continue Reading

Earlybird Registration rate for Green Party convention still available

The Green Party of the United States is reminding members that the Earlybird Registration rate for the GPUS Presidential Nominating Convention in Houston is still available. The special $100 price is available for the first 75 registrants or through Saturday,… Continue Reading

Talk of Stein as possible alternative to Sanders gets louder

With Hillary Clinton’s emergence as the likely Democratic presidential nominee, online chatter about Green Party candidate Jill Stein as a November alternative for supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders is getting louder. Myles Hoenig, Green Party candidate for U.S. House in… Continue Reading

Brown University columnist urges vote for Stein

Columnist Glenn Yu writes in The Brown Daily Herald of Brown University, “When the general election comes, [Sen. Bernie] Sanders will be gone, and again we will be forced to choose between two evils. We will have to cast ballots… Continue Reading

CNN features Sanders supporter saying she would vote Stein over Clinton

A CNN report both on the air and online features a supporter of Sen. Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign saying she is likely to vote Green if Sanders does not win the Democratic nomination. Yahne Ndgo said on CNN’s New Day,… Continue Reading

Senate candidate Flowers: Maryland Green primaries do not end today

Maryland Green Party U.S. Senate candidate Margaret Flowers is reminding party members in the state that the Green primary is not over, despite the Democratic and Republican primaries in the state being held today. Though the Green Party has ballot… Continue Reading

Salon: Stein reaching out to Sanders

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein “is openly courting the idea of a bipartisan unity ticket,” Salon writes, asking Sen. Bernie Sanders “to consider ditching his attempt to win the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination for a real ‘revolution for people,… Continue Reading

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