Via Ballot Access News:
The Maryland Senate Education, Health and Environmental Affairs will hear SB 1032 on March 13 at 1 p.m. This is the bill that lowers the number of registered voters a party must have to retain its place on the ballot, from 1% of the [read more]
Logo from party website
On March 2nd, during its state convention in Boalsburg, the Green Party of Pennsylvania nominated three candidates for public office as well as took care of intra-party business.
Heading the ticket, social [read more]
Green Party leaders, activists, and candidates are remembering Mayor Chokwe Lumumba of Jackson, Miss., who passed away on Feb. 25 at the young age of 66.
Chokwe Lumumba’s four-decade involvement in the struggle for justice included work as an attorney for Black Panther [read more]
This is an editorial from IPR’s owner, the 2010 LP candidate for Governor of New York.
This morning I received an e-mail from Gary Johnson seeking money to fund a lawsuit over presidential debates.
Debate participation is a [read more]
Jill Stein, a physician and 2012 presidential candidate for the Green Party, will serve as one of the keynote speakers for the 2014 Public Interest Environmental Law Conference at the University of Oregon.
This year’s conference, “Running Into [read more]
Via Ballot Access News:
On February 25, the Arizona Green Party filed a federal lawsuit against the February 28 petition deadline for newly-qualifying parties. The case is Arizona Green Party v Bennett, 2:14cv-375.
There are no reported precedents that have [read more]
The Green Party called for an immediate halt to all drone warfare and for the Obama Administration to comply with the Constitution’s assignment of war powers to Congress.
“The White House has usurped the legislative branch’s control over war, by having the CIA wage [read more]
DC Statehood Green Party candidates and leaders said that recommendations from the Tax Revision Commission (TRC) to City Council gave too much tax relief to the District’s multimillionaires, while also cutting projected revenue necessary for sorely needed social programs.
“We [read more]
As many of you may already know, there will be a Green Party primary election on March 18, 2014 (the same day as the primary for the other parties) in a few areas of the state where the Green Party is an “established” political party. However, [read more]
My fellow Greens:
As you know, the corrupt Democratic Machine has made it extremely difficult to run for local offices in Chicago. The good news is there is one office that you can run for this year for which getting on the ballot is fairly simple, there is [read more]
By Teri Weaver
The group, called “Strong Communities Work,” protested outside the State Office Building on Washington Street for about 15 minutes. They railed against proposed changes to the state tax code, which they say would benefit wealthy New [read more]
Bruce Majors is used to being left out.
After all, the Libertarian mayoral hopeful knows that third parties are often excluded from mainstream politics. But Majors’ party has the guaranteed ballot access that comes with being deemed a “major party,” so when mayoral debates and [read more]