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Margaret Flowers for US Senate

With the defeat of Donna Edwards, Margaret Flowers is the only pro-single payer healthcare candidate in the race. If you live in Maryland, I suggest you take a look at her.

Margaret Flowers live blog at CorrenteWire, February 2010. Read more about Margaret Flowers for US Senate

Dr. Jill Stein & the “Green New Deal” Recovery Plan for Ailing America

According to the Green Party’s 2016 Presidential candidate, Dr. Jill Stein, the Democratic Party cannot be trusted to defend the “interests of regular people.”

Stein declares:

“We need our own party, organized by, led by, and founded by, WE the people NOT the corporations!”

“My Power to the People Plan is for deep system change, from greed and exploitation of corporate capitalism to a human-centered economy: PEOPLE, PLANET, PEACE OVER PROFIT!”

Dr. Jill Stein as Savior Not Spoiler in 2016 Prez Election

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Caught in an undertow of ever-escalating amorality, we, the American people, drift ever farther from the shores of a representative democracy.

For one more national presidential election, will we throw away another opportunity to rescue ourselves and our country, not to mention the rest of humanity as well as our very planet? Read more about Dr. Jill Stein as Savior Not Spoiler in 2016 Prez Election

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Bernie and the Green Party

Currently the Green view is that Bernie is just a distraction from the inevitable Hillary coronation. The bigger Bernie gets, the more bitter the attacks will get. Should Bernie win the Democratic nomination, as I hope and expect, the attacks from the left will become still more bitter. A Bernie candidacy will reduce the logic of a national Green campaign. Read more about Bernie and the Green Party

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Larry Sanders running as Green Party Candidate in Oxfordshire

Larry Sanders, Bernie Sanders’s Brother, Is Running in Oxfordshire

Larry Sanders, is running in the British parliamentary election, as a Green Party candidate in Oxfordshire.

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Eugene Puryear, showing how it is done

Will Sommer

Speaking of sleepy parties inexplicably active in this election, remember the Statehood Greens? Had a Council seat for a while until Catania poleaxed party warhorse Hilda Mason in 1998, been known for kooky candidates ever since?

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Tim Willard seeks Green Party's nomination for Montgomery County Council

Tim Willard Announces Campaign for Montgomery County Council At-Large

Tim Willard, of Kensington, has announced his intention to seek the Green Party's nomination for Montgomery County Council, At-Large. Tim is a retired archivist and the current co-chair of the Maryland Green Party.

Anyone from Montgomery County? Anyone know anything about him? Read more about Tim Willard seeks Green Party's nomination for Montgomery County Council

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What Now?

Today, John Boehner bowed to the inevitable logic of the impending political season and placed a “clean” debt ceiling increase bill on the floor of the House. At this writing, the bill passed with 28 Republican and 193 Democratic votes. Now it moves on to the Senate, where it is expected to pass in time to allow the Treasury to keep issuing debt instruments.

So, now we have had agreement on a budget partially rolling back the sequester, and the Republican leadership appears to have decided not to have another debt ceiling crisis. I wrote a post called “What Happens Now?” just after the Government shutdown ended last October. There I analyzed the political situation and made a number of predictions about the short-term future. Here's how I answered the question: “Growth and Jobs or Shutdowns and Debt Ceiling Crises?” Read more about What Now?

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Dan Robinson for Maryland House of Delegates

Dan Robinson Announces Campaign For House of Delegates, District 20

Dan Robinson, of Takoma Park, has announced his intention to seek the Green Party's nomination for Maryland House of Delegates, District 20. Dan is a 28-year resident of Takoma Park and has recently served two terms on the Takoma Park City Council.

Anyone from Takoma Park? Anyone know anything about him? Read more about Dan Robinson for Maryland House of Delegates

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California Green Party candidates for statewide office

California Green Party announces 2014 statewide endorsements

On the heels of a record number of California Greens elected in an odd-numbered year (20), the Green Party of California (GPCA) announces its official endorsements for the June 2014 primary: Luis Rodriguez, Governor; Laura Wells, Controller; Ellen Brown, Treasurer; and David Curtis, Secretary of State.

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Rally to ban fracking in New York state

Rally to Ban Fracking at Cuomo’s State of the State!

Green Party goes to Albany! Join the Green Party and thousands of other activists in Albany to tell Governor Cuomo and other state legislators to BAN FRACKING. The rally begins at 11:30 AM on the middle of the concourse at the Empire State Plaza. It will be before the Governor delivers his official State of the State address.

Readers, if any of you are able to go to this, please post about your experiences. Read more about Rally to ban fracking in New York state

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