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Presidential candidate statement: Darryl Cherney

The future is in our hearts. The most important quality in a President is the ability to inspire and lead. We require someone who knows that we have fallen over the precipice and are grasping for a branch to hold on to. I co-organized the campaigns that saved Headwaters Redwood Forest and won $4 million […]

Green presidential candidates Cherney, Kreml, Mesplay appear in new videos

Three lengthy videos of Green Party presidential candidates went up on YouTube this weekend.   Darryl Cherney posted a 22 1/2-minute video:   Bill Kreml addressed party members in a 17-minute video:   Kent Mesplay spoke in a 19 1/2-minute video:

Cherney releases first online ad of his presidential campaign

Green Party presidential candidate Darryl Cherney has released the first YouTube ad of his campaign. He says there are “more 60-second ads to come.” Cherney has also launched a campaign website at

Green Party Watch presidential candidate statement series

On January 2, Green Party Watch invited the five presidential candidates recognized by the Green Party of the United States — Darryl Cherney, Bill Kreml, Kent Mesplay, Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza Curry, and Jill Stein — to submit statements for publication. The candidates were contacted by email, Facebook, and official campaign websites. The campaigns were […]

Five candidates to appear on Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party presidential primary ballot

The Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party presidential primary ballot will include all five current or likely candidates for the Green nomination: Darryl Cherney, Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza Curry, William Kreml, Kent Mesplay, and Jill Stein. The ballot order will be determined by a random drawing on Tuesday. The Green-Rainbow Party is the only party other than the […]

Cherney supports lowering voting age to 16

Darryl Cherney, who is exploring a run for the 2016 Green Party presidential nomination, said via Facebook that he supports lowering the voting age to 16. Cherney made the comment in response to an effort underway in the District of Columbia to lower the voting age there to 16. Several other cities are also considering […]

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