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Video of Saturday Green Party presidential debate

Complete video of the Green Party presidential debate hosted by the Green Party of New Mexico and Students Organizing Actions for Peace at the University of New Mexico on Saturday is now available online. The full video runs one hour… Continue Reading

Green Party announces plans for national convention

The Green Party of the United States has announced details regarding the Presidential Nominating Convention to be held at the University of Houston from Thursday, August 4 through Sunday, August 7. GPUS Co-Chair Tamar Yager said, “Following the Republican and Democratic conventions, the Green convention will be watched closely because of widely anticipated dissatisfaction with […]

Cleveland County, Oklahoma Greens hold revival meeting

Oklahoma’s Red Dirt Report reports that a dozen Green Party members assembled in Norman, Oklahoma last Wednesday to hold a Cleveland County Green Party revival meeting. The Green Party of Oklahoma did not “reach the petition goal of 24,745 needed at the latest on March 1 to certify a new party in Oklahoma. The principal […]

Stein wins Ohio Green Party convention vote

Unofficial results of the Green Party of Ohio Presidential Nominating Convention Sunday show Jill Stein winning with 61% of the vote, followed by William Kreml 19%, Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry 12%, Darryl Cherney 5%, and Kent Mesplay 3%. Stein is projected to have won six delegates, Kreml two, and Moyowasifza-Curry one.

Green Party National Committee votes to establish Animal Rights Committee

The Green Party of the United States National Committee has voted 67-14 to establish a GPUS Animal Rights Committee. There were eight abstentions. The National Committee voted to establish rules for the Animal Rights Committee by a similar margin. According to the approved proposal, the Animal Rights Committee will “inform and advise Green Party candidates […]

Federal judge strikes down restrictive Georgia presidential ballot access requirement

U.S. District Court Judge Richard W. Story ruled Thursday that Georgia’s requirement that political organizations seeking to put a presidential candidate’s name on a statewide ballot have to get signatures from one percent of registered voters is unconstitutional. The Green Party of Georgia and the Constitution Party of Georgia has filed suit against Georgia Secretary […]

Green Party primary voting issues reported in Ohio

Bob Fitrakis, Green Party candidate for Franklin County, Ohio, Prosecutor, reports some problems at the primary polls in the state. During early voting, a A Franklin County Board of Elections absentee ballot official incorrectly informed an Election Protection worker that the Green Party did not have a ballot, and “an incumbent Franklin County Green Party […]

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