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  • Ohio Green Wave

    Ohio Labor Day Weekend

    Our state committee agreed to call for a local Green Wave outreach. We are asking everyone to plan outreach in support of our candidates during the Labor Day Weekend. They could include mass leafleting a local event or college campus, being active on social media, and door-to-door canvassing in neighborhood precincts. Constance and Brett have crisscrossed Ohio, building the foundation for a great campaign. We need all state CC members to help carry this effort.

  • Green Party candidate for Ohio Governor not invited to Disability Forum after being contacted

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE--  July 25, 2018

    Constance Gadell-Newton, the Green Party candidate for Ohio Governor, will be on the ballot this fall in all Ohio voting precincts.  

     

  • August Green Wave & Green Party Telethon

    It’s time to kick–off the 2018 electoral season!  On Saturday, August 4ththe Coordinated Campaign Committee is calling for a national Green Wave.  We are asking Green Party candidates and activists to engage in major efforts to reach out to voters.

     

  • Ohio Green Party Encouraged by Primary Results

    In a primary which showed a sharp decline in voter turnout, the Ohio Green Party set a new record for the percentage of the over all vote, sustained its numbers, and saw large increases in many counties. 

  • Ohio Green Party Biennial Convention Elects Delegates & Welcomes Candidates throughout the State

    Columbus, Ohio – The Ohio Green Party held its' biennial convention this past Saturday in Columbus. The convention elected delegates to the Annual National Meeting this July in Salt Lake City, Utah.

    The Green Party re-elected Philena Farley of Columbus and Logan Martinez of Miami and welcomed newcomer Kevin Fay of Akron to the National Committee of the Green Party US.

    The convention also re-elected all three of its returning alternate delegates, Anita Rios of Toledo, Nathan Lane of Cincinnati, & Jake Ellis of Lorain.

  • Green Party Fields a record number of candidates for May 8 Primary

    Press Release: For Immediate Release

  • Creating New Green Party County Committees – File by Feb 7th

    Dear Ohio Greens, This is a reminder that tomorrow, Feb. 7th at 4:00 p.m. is the filing deadline for anyone who wishes to submit the form to become a voting member on one of the Green Party’s County Central Committees. I am writing to encourage all who may be interested to utilize this opportunity to help build the party organization statewide. It is very easy to do, as it only requires that you fill out a form and submit it to your county’s board of elections before the 4:00 pm deadline. No petition signatures are required, and to be eligible (if not previously a member of the Green Party) all you needed to do was sign the candidacy petition of one of our 2018 Green Party candidates. It is that easy!

  • State of the Union Address - Constance Gadell-Newton

    Constance Gadell-Newton, Green candidate for Ohio Governor, reflects on those who voted for Trump because they wanted to "shake up the system" and details why voting Green is the best way to "shake up the system".

  • Eyewitness Statement and Video from Constance Gadell-Newton

    Constance Gadell-Newton describes for us what happened immediately after the lethal shooting of 16-year-old Joseph Haynes in the Franklin County Ohio Courthouse, by a sheriffs deputy. She shares with us her camera-phone video of the incident.

    Petition to Address Grievances Against the Franklin County Criminal Injustice System

  • Call for Candidates

    Run for office as a Green in 2018    

    The Green Party of Ohio Calls for Candidates

    The Green Party is looking for progressives to run for elected office in 2018. The Governor, Secretary of State, and other statewide offices are up for election. Seats in the US Congress, the Ohio State Senate and House of Representatives and other local offices are also up for election. To be competitive for these seats candidates need to begin their campaigns as early as possible.