The Green Party runs hundreds of candidates across the country during each election cycle. These candidates are directly challenging the political power structure and bringing important issues to the table that are too often ignored by the candidates of the major parties.
How do we build a viable third party to the left of shitty Democrats in the United States? "You run people not just for fucking president every four fucking years," says Dan Savage. (You also lower the bar on getting third party candidates into debates.)
Dan Savage, the other day: Where are the Green Party candidates for city councils? For county councils? For state legislatures? For state assessor? For state insurance commissioner? For governor? For fucking dogcatcher? I would be SO willing to vote for Green Party candidates who are starting at the bottom, grassroots, bottom up, building a third party, a viable third party. Green Party national co-chair Andrea Mérida Cuéllar, pictured above, responds: Ansel Herz’s repost of Dan…
In this article the author tries to persuade voters not to vote for Jill Stein based on some trivial examples like her stance on vaccines or effects of Wi-Fi on your health and her support for Brexit.
The party, which held its convention on Saturday in Houston, has a new sense of vitality as its candidate, Jill Stein, draws about 5 percent in polls.
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Dr. Jill Stein is encouraging people to vote Green. A 5% vote for the green party means a $10 million dollar matching fund from Federal government which give the green party the opportunity to grow. Only 1700 shares – they need more