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  • Green Party of Ohio issues formal candidate endorsements

    Cleveland, OH (3-9-16)  -- The Green Party of Ohio State Central Committee has formally endorsed the following candidates for the Primary election to be held on Tuesday March 15th, 2016.
     

  • Statement by European and U.S. Young Greens on President Obama's Transatlantic trade deal

    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- (3-8-16)  Young Greens, a caucus of the Green Party of the United States, has joined the Federation of Young European Greens in a public statement opposing the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

    The text of the statement is appended below.

  • International Women's Day Statement from the National Women's Caucus of the Green Party of the U.S.

    (3-8-16) The National Women's Caucus of the Green Party of the U.S. invites you to join us in honoring women around the world this International Women's Day, March 8.

    We acknowledge and honor women for all their accomplishments and contributions to create a better world for other women, future generations and the planet. Even more, we look ahead to the opportunities before us to improve the lives of all humanity.

  • Green Party urges voters to demand Instant Runoff Voting, cites widespread public discontent with two-party choice in 2016

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (3-7-16) -- Green Party leaders said that 2016 is proving to be a watershed year in the public's discontent with a two-party choice on Election Day and urged voters and legislators to support democratic reforms that enable elections in the U.S. to welcome and accommodate alternative-party and independent candidates.

    Greens encouraged legislators to enact Instant Runoff Voting (IRV), also called Ranked-Choice Voting, in all at-large elections including presidential, congressional, and gubernatorial.

  • Statement on the US House OH-8 District race

    Jim Condit Jr., who is using the Green Party Of Ohio's ballot line for a run for the 8th Ohio Congressional District, is within his legal means to use the Green Party’s ballot line. He gathered the necessary signatures and is appearing on the ballot. The Green Party of Ohio State Central Committee wants our supporters to know that his on-line and in-person statements reveal that not only does he not support the Green Party’s 10 Key Values, but that he also supports positions that are in direct contradiction to those values. The Ohio Green Party has disavowed Mr Condit. He does not have our endorsement nor support. We ask our members and supporters to refrain from casting a vote for him.

  • Supporters of Senator Sanders: What’s Your Plan B?

    On March 15th, the State of Ohio will be holding primary elections for all three accredited political parties.   The Green Party of Ohio is the only alternative party that holds a current ballot line in the state.   By the time the Ohio Primary comes around, several other states will have already held primaries or caucuses to determine the eventual Democratic nominee.   The expectation is that the nominee will be Secretary Clinton.  As of this morning (3-2-16), thanks to Super Tuesday victories in 7 states, Ms. Clinton has a delegate count of 1055, compared to Senator Sanders at 418. (Per CNN)

  • Green Party: Congress must kill President Obama's Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (2-17-16) -- Green Party leaders and candidates called on Congress to vote down the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which poses a grave threat to democratically enacted environmental, labor, public-health, and other legal protections.

    The trade deal was formally signed by the U.S. and eleven other countries on Feb. 3 but must be ratified by the signatory nations domestically within the next two years to take effect. In the U.S., the TPP must be confirmed by Congress.

  • Candidate Profile: Joe DeMare for US Senate

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    Name: Joseph R. DeMare
    City of Residence: Bowling Green
    Party Affiliation: Green
    Office Desired: United States Senate
    Facebook: Facebook.com/DeMare4Senate
    Twitter: @demare4senate

     Complete profile here

     

  • The Corporate Coup d' Etat of America and the End of Democracy in America.

  • The Green Party recognizes five candidates for the Green presidential nomination

    WASHINGTON, D.C. --  (1-14-16) The Green Party of the United States has recognized five candidates for the party's presidential nomination.

    The presidential and vice-presidential nominees will be chosen at the 2016 Green Presidential Nominating Convention, which will take place in Houston, Texas, from August 4 to 7.

    The five candidates are:

    Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry ( http://www.facebook.com/skcmcurryforpresident )

    Jill Stein ( http://www.jill2016.com )