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Green Party racks up Election Day 2008 victories, new percentage records

Green Party racks up Election Day 2008 victories, new percentage records

From the GPUS press release issued November 11, 2008 Richard Carroll elected to Arkansas statehouse; new Green records set in congressional races; third Green mayor elected in California Running tally of Green election victories: http://www.gp.org/2008-elections/election-results.html Green candidate news: http://www.gp.org/2008-elections/candidate-news.php Green Party elections database: http://www.gp.org/elections/candidates/index.php he Green Party’s 2008 candidates for the US House doubled the number of votes they received collectively from the number received in 2006, while over one million US voters voted for at least one Green candidate…

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Green candidate expresses thanks

Green candidate expresses thanks

Posted in the Susquehanna Independent Weekender I would like to publicly thank all of those who contributed in any way to my campaign for Representative in the General Assembly in the 111th district I will continue to work with like minded individuals and organizations to achieve the goals of the Green Party including†preserving democracy, advancing social justice, protecting the environment and promoting non-violence. Jay Sweeney, Falls Township Read more

State Green Party wins mayor spot, may put 2 on SF Board of Supervisors, and amass at least 5 wins statewide after Tuesday’s election

State Green Party wins mayor spot, may put 2 on SF Board of Supervisors, and amass at least 5 wins statewide after Tuesday’s election

News Advisory THE GREEN PARTY OF CALIFORNIA www.cagreens.org SACRAMENTO:† The Green Party will assume the No. 1 elected office in another California city, and may yet have two members on the powerful San Francisco Board of Supervisors after preliminary results were announced for Tuesday’s election. Greens, who already hold about 50 elected posts throughout the state, claimed at least five victories, including one for mayor, one for the SF Board of Supervisors. . Bruce Delgado, a former city councilperson in…

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Green Party Political Director Addresses OSCE

Green Party Political Director Addresses OSCE

Green Party Political Director Brent McMillan addressed the† Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Cooperation† in Europe (OSCE.) on Friday, October 31st.† According to Brent: Approximately 100 Parliamentarians from Europe and† Central Asia are about to disembark around the country to observe the† U.S. Elections over the next several days (Nov. 1 – 4.) Joao Soares,† President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, Head of the Election† Observation Mission to the U.S. was quite struck by what I had…

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Green Party Poised to Collect Big Victories in State On Nov. 4

Green Party Poised to Collect Big Victories in State On Nov. 4

published on the News Blaze Twenty-three members of the Green Party are on the California ballot Tuesday – including presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney – with the party poised to collect several big victories, including two supervisor seats in San Francisco. Greens already hold about 50 elected posts throughout the state. In all, Greens have, in addition to McKinney for President, six candidates for city council or mayor positions, including city council candidates Bob Nanninga (Encinitas), Linda Piera-Avila (Santa Monica) and…

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Nebraska Green Partyís Larrick Seeks Cleaner World

Nebraska Green Partyís Larrick Seeks Cleaner World

Candidate Challenging Johanns, Kleeb In Senate Race published on KETV7 Omahanís website Steve Larrick, the Green Partyís candidate for the U.S. Senate seat in Nebraska, said his campaign is all about peace and fixing the environment. ìWe really feel our country needs to invest in green technologies and green solutions to our challenges,î Larrick said. ìWe could begin to reduce our dependence on wars for oil, and we could build a whole new economy with local materials being used in…

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Cynthia McKinney’s TV Ads

Cynthia McKinney’s TV Ads

Cynthia McKinney – Health Care Single Payer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgBk-6s5Ntw Cynthia McKinney – Sustainable Investment instead of Corporate Bailouts http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aH5tIi1uejM Cynthia McKinney – Green Values – Grassroots Democracy, Peace Social Justice, Environmental Wisdom http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1fAgjv9uLaI Cynthia McKinney – Green Party Seat At The Table will invite the Public http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6bn9ooLUvQ Cynthia McKinney – Constrained by the Two Party Paradigm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbN7pR7kDJs Cynthia McKinney – Restore Our Constitutional Rights http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0c5qEZuqHo Cynthia McKinney – Rebuild the Economy with Energy Efficient Cars http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3v1VqVb2Z8 Cynthia McKinney – Bring All…

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McKinney certified as write-in candidate in Missouri

McKinney certified as write-in candidate in Missouri

Published in the Thursday Oct 30th edition of the Missouri State Standard Cynthia McKinney, Missouri’s Green Party presidential nominee, has† officially been certified to be a write-in candidate for the upcoming† Nov. 4 election. “I am proud to be able to† write in Cynthia McKinney for President on my ballot this year,” said Midge Potts, state co-chair of the progressive party of Missouri.† “Missourians are demanding real change in the American political system.” Potts, a write-in candidate for U.S. Representative†…

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A Presidential Candidate Who Gets It on Immigration

A Presidential Candidate Who Gets It on Immigration

Cynthia McKinney Responds to Sanctuary Survey Showing the vitality and importance of voices from outside the mainstream two-party political paradigm, Congresswoman McKinney puts forth not only a strong understanding of the complexities of these issues, but also a vision of real-world solutions. Her refreshing willingness to confront the broader social and economic realities which undergird international migration further demonstrates that practical solutions will not come from political compromises and “bipartisan” gamesmanship, but rather from rigorously-grounded assessment and analysis. Simply put,…

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