Green Line: Take Action – No War with Iran!

Take Action – No War with Iran!
Action Alert, No War with Iran!
Recently the US Congress approved a $30 billion military aid package to Israel which, combined with the approved Lieberman-Kyl amendment to the Congressional military appropriations bill, has moved the US closer to war with Iran.
Join the effort to prevent war with Iran. You can send an automated letter to your Congressperson by clicking on the following link:
After failing to find WMD’s in Iraq, President Bush seems poised to repeat history and lead us into another illegal war. He has yet to produce hard evidence to the world community to support his claims that Iran is assisting Shiite militias in Iraq and plans to produce nuclear weapons for an attack on western nations.
The Green Party remains the only major national party committed to peace at home and abroad. Please join us by sending an automated letter to your Congresspersons.
Ballot Access
.. ARKANSAS On October 17, the Arkansas Green Party was notified that its petition has been certified. It is the only Arkansas party, other than the Democratic and Republican Parties, that is on the ballot for all offices.
.. NEW JERSEY On October 17, New Jersey Superior Court Judge Neil H. Shuster ordered that the state grant equal treatment to alternative political
parties. The ruling eliminates some of the structural advantages long
enjoyed by the Democratic and Republican Parties, and concedes that New
Jersey election law must treat alternative parties as official "political
parties" for the purposes of campaign finance, lobbying, and voter
registration. The lawsuit in the case was filed by the Green Party of New
Jersey, the New Jersey Constitution Party, and the New Jersey Libertarian
2007 Green candidates to watch on Election Day
The Green Party is getting ready for Election Day next Tuesday and need your
help to make it a success. Please consider spending a few hours this weekend
or on Election Day to help make calls, distribute yard signs, or canvass on
Election Day. To find a campaign near you, click here. The Green Party is
running over 120 races in 2007. So far this year, we’ve won 40% of our
campaigns. We are looking forward to more victories on Tuesday!
Greens to Watch on Tuesday:
In Massachusetts, Chuck Turner ( is seeking
reelection for his seat on the Boston City Council of Boston. Turner is the
highest ranking African American Green Officeholder in the US. He easily won
his primary election with 75% of votes cast.
In Worcester, Grace Ross ( is running for
Worcester Councilor at large. There are 12 candidates running for six seats.
Ross finished sixth in the primary. The Coordinated Campaign Committee
assisted the campaign, awarding a $400 grant from GPUS. Grace Ross was the
Massachusetts Green Rainbow Party’s candidate for Governor last year.
Luc Schuster ( is also running for reelection to the
Cambridge School Committee.
In Syracuse, NY, Howie Hawkins ( , candidate for
Councilor At-Large was endorsed by the Syracuse Post-Standard
on October 30. Hawkins ran for US Senate in New York against Hillary Clinton
in the 2006 election.
In California, Larry Bragman is running for re-election to the Fairfax City
Council. Bragman is currently the Mayor of Fairfax, CA. Lew Tremaine is also
running for re-election to the Fairfax City Council. Janice Brittain
( is running for Hermosa Beach City Council.
Brittain also received a GPUS campaign grant from the CCC.
Green Party of Virginia Candidate Josh Ruebner is seeking a seat on
Arlington County Board for a second year in a row, has garnered favorable
press coverage for his stance on affordable housing.
In Ohio, Justin Jeffre (, former member of the
band 98 Degrees, is running for City Council in Cincinnati, OH. Since
returning to his hometown, Jeffre has become involved in media reform
issues, campaign finance reform, light-rail campaigns, and an initiative to
allow the public to vote on a proposed jail tax.
The Connecticut Green Party will run the most candidates on Tuesday- 14 in
all, including Hector Lopez who is up for reelection as Constable in New
Nader Sues Democratic National Committee for 2004 Dirty Tricks
On October 30, Ralph Nader, Peter Camejo, and six voters who wanted to vote
for Nader in 2004, filed a lawsuit against the Democratic National
Committee. The lawsuit, Nader v Democratic National Committee, was filed in
the District of Columbia Superior Court. The complaint is 70 pages long. It
details the national Democratic Party’s extensive support for challenges to
Nader’s ballot positions, in states in which elections officials had
accepted Nader’s petitions and placed him on the ballot.
The complaint goes into great detail, including a coordinated effort to
sabotage individual petition sheets in Oregon (anti-Nader activists were
instructed to sign a petition sheet in the space reserved for the
circulator, and then to line it out, which had the effect of ruining all the
signatures already on that sheet). The complaint also talks about harassment
of Nader circulators in Ohio and Oregon.
The complaint also deals with incidents in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Arkansas,
Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, New
Hampshire, New Mexico, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin. The lawsuit
asks for a jury trial, in a claim for monetary damages.
Now is the time to order Green Holiday Gifts.
Get ready for the holidays. The Merchandise Committee is pleased to offer an
array of t-shirts, hats, totebags, buttons, embroidered patches and more.
Check out our brand new union made baseball caps and our new Sunflower
shirts with the four pillars on the back, en espanol. Get ready for fall
campaigns with our brand new campaign kits and tabling kits. Available at
Green Online Store:
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donations from people who are committed to building a powerful and
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We ask you to challenge corporate influence in politics by supporting the
Green Party of the United States! Show your resistance to the status quo by
enabling us to continue organizing and mobilizing for real change. Please
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Support us today and please consider becoming a sustainer (look for the
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Americans are ready for Change
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bringing the message to the American people!
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you become an active supporter of the Green Party of the United States,
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In addition, you will receive a Green Party button and bumper sticker, a
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About reality

Also, thanx for signing my petitions, et al, please consider sharing them. Also, since Admin. of aren't allowing me to invite people to do my actions lately and are switching my urls for my petitions so when I invite people off their site they can't get to the petition either (ergo 3 possible urls for each petition), here's a few of my latest actions; do as few or as many as you'd like (there are 3 linx for each petition because admin. switches between the 3 of them so people trying to sign the petition can‘t get to it): This post on Disabled Greens News and discussion: Haiti disaster anniversary, please, do what you can: This petition on Haiti disaster anniversary:   This post on Disabled Greens News and discussion: Green, Indigenous, Native American, etc., actions: This petition on Green, Indigenous, Native American, acts:,_native_american_acts,_native_american_acts   This post on Disabled Greens News and discussion: Art/Act: celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday, holiday: This petition on Art/Act: celebrate Dr. M.L. King, Jr.'s holiday:   This post on Disabled Greens News and discussion: Green; NA; the evolution; Civil, Human, LP, Prisoner's Rights; Poverty; etc..: This petition on Economically empower through advocacy:
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