Archive for the tag 'Green Party'
According to Ballot Access News, there are currently 631 registered members of the Green Party in Delaware, 22 votes below the state requirement for ballot access this year. The party “has until August to increase its registration.”
The Green Party of Pennsylvania Annual Meeting will take place this Saturday, February 6, in State College. The meeting will include a presidential candidate forum featuring all five nationally recognized Green Party candidates, participating in person or via Skype. In addition, Cheri Honkala of the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign, the 2012 Green Party […]
The National Law Journal reports that attorneys for 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney have filed papers seeking dismissal of a federal lawsuit brought by the Green Party and Libertarian Party over their nominees’ exclusion from the presidential and vice presidential debates that year. The lawsuit, which also names the Commission on Presidential Debates, Barack […]
Ron Chusid of The Moderate Voice writes that he is considering several alternative candidates for the presidency, adding, “At this time, should I make a protest vote (which is easier not living in a battleground state), I lean towards Jill Stein of the Green Party.” Chusid says he prefers Stein to former Virginia senator Jim […]
The Green Party of the United States will host a broadcast of President Obama’s final State of the Union address on Tuesday, January, on the party’s livestream YouTube channel. An online chat will take place during the speech, with Green Party candidates commenting as well. Candidates slated to appear include U.S. Senate candidates Joe DeMare […]
New York’s Glens Falls Post-Star reports that Patti Gray Whann, a former Republican candidate for local office who had recently been registered with not party, has registered with the Green Party “as she solidified her decision to run for Glens Falls mayor in 2017.” She said, “To be a registered independent, you’re not a party […]
The Green Party of Ohio is urging the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio “to reject the deal with FirstEnergy that provides the energy company with income guarantees regarding the operation of the Davis-Besse nuclear power plant and the W.H. Sammis coal-fired plant,” the party said. The Ohio Greens said the “end result of this deal […]