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  • Green Party of Ohio urges inclusive debates

    Columbus OH: (5-18-16) The Green Party of Ohio is calling for the inclusion of our candidate for United States Senate, Joseph DeMare, be included in the debates that have been agreed to by the other candidates in the race, incumbent Senator Rob Portman and Democratic contender, former Governor Ted Strickland.

    We remind the Democratic and Republican Parties that, to benefit the electorate, all candidates have the right to be heard, to present their case on an equal footing.

  • Constance Gadell-Newton For Ohio State Representative 18th District

    Constance Gadell-Newton is a Columbus native and longtime resident of the 18th District.

  • Green Party of Ohio announces results of Presidential Nominating Convention

    ohio green party candidates 2016Columbus OH:  Yesterday (4-3-16) The Green Party of Ohio concluded a successful weekend which included two events.  On Saturday we were proud to host a Meet & Greet with Dr.

  • Green Party of Ohio confirms candidates for Presidential Nominating Convention

    Cleveland OH: The Green Party of Ohio will be holding it's Presidential Nominating Convention on April 3, 2016 in Columbus Ohio.

    This year we have 5 candidates competing for the chance to lead the Green Party of United States Presidential ticket., Some primaries and conventions have already taken place but the eventual nominee has yet to be determined. The five candidates are:

  • Green Party supports Black Lives Matter activists on trial for blocking a Los Angeles freeway, calls for charges to be dropped

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (3-13-16) -- The Green Party of the United States expressed its support for the BLMLA7: Seven Black Lives Matter activists who were arrested in Los Angeles, California, on November 26, 2014 for leading the shutdown of Freeway 101 and are now on trial. Rosa Clemente, Green vice-presidential nominee in 2008, is among the seven defendants

  • Q & A with Joe Manchik, Green Party candidate for Ohio’s 12th Congressional District

    FB_IMG_1457802559852The following is a Q & A with Joe Manchik, Green Party candidate for the United States House of Representatives in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District. TNS: How long have you’ve lived in Ohio?

  • Green Party of Ohio issues formal candidate endorsements

    Cleveland, OH (3-9-16)  -- The Green Party of Ohio State Central Committee has formally endorsed the following candidates for the Primary election to be held on Tuesday March 15th, 2016.
     

  • Statement by European and U.S. Young Greens on President Obama's Transatlantic trade deal

    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- (3-8-16)  Young Greens, a caucus of the Green Party of the United States, has joined the Federation of Young European Greens in a public statement opposing the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

    The text of the statement is appended below.

  • International Women's Day Statement from the National Women's Caucus of the Green Party of the U.S.

    (3-8-16) The National Women's Caucus of the Green Party of the U.S. invites you to join us in honoring women around the world this International Women's Day, March 8.

    We acknowledge and honor women for all their accomplishments and contributions to create a better world for other women, future generations and the planet. Even more, we look ahead to the opportunities before us to improve the lives of all humanity.

  • Green Party urges voters to demand Instant Runoff Voting, cites widespread public discontent with two-party choice in 2016

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (3-7-16) -- Green Party leaders said that 2016 is proving to be a watershed year in the public's discontent with a two-party choice on Election Day and urged voters and legislators to support democratic reforms that enable elections in the U.S. to welcome and accommodate alternative-party and independent candidates.