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  • Ohio Green Party votes YES on Issue 2

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  • Ohio Green Party Issues a Call to Action in Response to the Crisis in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands

    Press Release 9-30-17
    Ohio Green Party Issues a Call to Action in
    Response to the Crisis in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands
     
  • #Harvey disaster update

    #Harvey disaster update

     

    Relief Efforts being organized by some of same people who organized Common Ground in NOLA after Katrina.

     

    Instead of giving to RedCross please donate to local efforts, local decentralized efforts are more efficient and have no overhead, and we have issues with Red Cross in these situations.

     

    All of these groups & others are coordinating efforts to assist in Houstonarea, and assist evacuees from other areas already in Austin. We are involved with the first two and vouch for them, a group is headed to

     

    Houston with boats tomorrow:

     

  • Constance for Ohio Fundraiser- Come Sign Her Petition!!



  • Statement of Ohio Green Party gubernatorial candidate Constance Gadell-Newton on Anthem pullout

    For Immediate Release:  6-9-17

  • Green Party talking points on Trump's withdrawal of the U.S. from the Paris accord on climate change

    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Green Party leaders and candidates strongly condemned President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris agreement on climate change, which he announced on Thursday, June 1.

    "The Trump Administration has made a clear choice -- a short-term boost for the extracted fuels industry and business as usual, over a balanced ecosystem for our planet. This is not President Trump's decision to make. The stakes are too high, the consequences too grave. We're encouraging activism across the U.S. to counteract the effects of Mr. Trump's appalling decision," said Neal Gale, Green candidate for Judge of Elections in Abington, Pennsylvania, in District 12-1.