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Baltimore Green Party nominating primary underway

The Baltimore Green Party Primary, in which registered Green voters in Baltimore City, Maryland will select nominees for mayor and city council, is now underway. Green voters can request ballots by mail; they must be received by the party by April 30. In-person voting will take place at the Baltimore Green Party office on May […]

Washington AFRO interviews Baltimore Green Party candidates

The Washington AFRO interviews two of the three Green Party candidates for Baltimore mayor, Joshua Harris and Emanuel McCray. (David Marriott is also seeking the Green Party nomination.) Harris, a former Democrat, said, “The Green Party is very progressive — they’ve been progressive in supporting the Black Lives Matter movement [and] a real economic strategy […]

Three Green Party candidates for Baltimore mayor invited to debates

The three Green Party candidates for Baltimore mayor — Joshua Harris, David Marriott, and Emanuel McCray — will participate in two all-party debates hosted by the Open Society Institute after that organization and other sponsors reversed their earlier decision to exclude them. Baltimore Green Party co-chair Andy Ellis said, “We applaud the sponsors decision to […]

Three competing for Baltimore Green mayoral nomination

Three candidates will compete for the Baltimore Green Party mayoral nomination through a series of mail-in ballots and in-person voting on May 1. (Maryland does not permit alternative parties to hold taxpayer-funded primaries.) The candidates are Joshua Harris, David Marriott, and Emanuel McCray. Joshua Harris is the co-founder of the Hollins Creative Placemaking, which leads […]

Baltimore Greens urge continued protest and electoral strategy in response to police violence

From the Baltimore Green Party: The Baltimore Green Party stands in solidarity with those protesting the police killing of Freddie Gray. The party hopes that protests will remain peaceful and achieve their goal of shining a national spotlight on the need for police conduct reforms and justice for the family of Mr. Gray. While members […]

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