Green Party Acts: endorses Standing / Voters Pledge; etc..

Green Party Acts: endorses Standing / Voters Pledge; etc..
Green Party endorses Standing For Voters Pledge
November 2008
News Headlines
The Green Party of the United States has become the first political
party to endorse the Election Integrity Pledge promoted by Standing
For Voters, an internet-based group inviting candidates to pledge
their commitment to fair elections.
Along with the Green Party, several Green Party candidates have
pledged ‘no early concessions’ and actions challenging election
outcomes if necessary: presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney and
vice presidential candidate Rosa Clemente; US Congressional
candidates Carol Brouillet (Calif.-14), Rebecca Dewitt (Ariz.-4),
Harold Burbank (Conn.-5), and Mike Beilstein (Or.-4); and five
candidates for state and local offices: Dan Kairis of Illinois,
Richard Boyle of California, Rick Lass of New Mexico, Allan Hancock
of Minnesota, and Charles A. Pillsbury of Connecticut.
"Led by David Cobb, our 2004 presidential candidate, Greens organized
the response to the 2004 vote theft. John Kerry and most of his
fellow Democrats did nothing after reports and evidence of GOP
election manipulation and obstruction of African American and young
voters surfaced. Meanwhile, Greens filed for the recounts in Ohio and
New Mexico and raised most of the money for legal expenses. It’s our
special obligation and privilege to be the first party to sign on to
the Standing For Voters pledge," said Holly Hart, secretary of the
Green Party of the United States.
For more on Green leadership in the Ohio and New Mexico recounts,
visit IWantMyVote.com.
In signing the pledge, Greens sharply condemned recent tactics that
have been used to obstruct and discourage voters, especially African
Americans in certain states, from voting. Such tactics include
letters to voters falsely claiming that they’ve been declared
ineligible to vote, foreclosure lists denying right to vote because a
voter’s address is "no longer valid," and vicious attacks on voter
registration efforts.
"The drastic efforts to disqualify legitimate voters suggests that
we’ll see a repeat of Republican conspiracies to steal the national
election. Will Democrats fight this time, or will they roll over
again and leave it to the Green Party?" asked Sanda Everette, co-
chair of the Green Party.
The documentary ‘American Blackout’ covers Cynthia McKinney’s role in
the struggle for election integrity. A recent essay by Ms. McKinney
also addresses the breakdown in fair elections (OpEdNews.com, Oct.
7).
The Green Party advocates various systematic reforms to ensure fair,
accurate, and truly democratic elections, including public financing
of elections, free time on public airwaves for all candidates, repeal
of ballot access laws restricting alternative-party and independent
candidates, paper verification and open-source software for computer
voting systems, instant runoff voting, and proportional
representation.
According to the Standing For Voters pledge, signers promise to
challenge election results "if the combination of election
conditions, incident reports, and announced election results calls
into question the reliability of the official vote count." Should
another candidate be declared the winner in a race, signers vow
to "wait until all valid votes are counted and all serious challenges
resolved before conceding defeat."
"We’d like to see all of the nation’s political parties endorse
Standing For Voters, as the Green Party has done nationally," said
Emily Levy, Standing For Voters Project Coordinator. "As participants
in what’s commonly known as ‘our democratic process,’ all parties
should commit to fair elections. We welcome endorsements from local,
state, and national party organizations, as well as other groups that
care about democracy."
GP candidates to watch Election Day 2008
The Green Party of the United States has identified several
candidates who are running significant campaigns at state and local
levels. Five such candidates are profiled below.
The Green Party’s 2008 national nominees are Cynthia McKinney and
running mate Rosa Clemente. Ms. McKinney was interviewed on
BreakTheMatrix.com on Sunday evening, October 19 and on Democracy
Now!, October 16, following the final presidential debate, from which
she was excluded. More recently she was interviewed on Weekend
Edition Saturday (NPR), October 25, 2008.
At least 245 Green candidates will be on ballots on Election Day,
November 4. At least 293 Greens have run for public office throughout
2008, including the November 4 election. More Green candidates to
watch are listed at: http://www.gp.org/2008-elections/candidate
news.php
? Jesse Johnson, Mountain Party candidate for governor of West
Virginia, has participated in three debates and has attracted
attention for his promotion of a ban on mountaintop removal mining by
West Virginia’s powerful coal industry and his leadership on other
state issues. Mr. Johnson was endorsed by the Sierra Club on October
3 (http://www.greenpartywatch.org/2008/10/06/sierra-club-endorses
jesse-johnson-for-wv-governor/).
"Because of mountaintop removal and the power of the coal companies,
West Virginia has become ground zero for global climate change in the
US," said Jesse Johnson. "The Interior Department is now relaxing
rules on mountaintop mining, which will bring untold devastation to
the natural environment and a massive threat to public health,
through contamination of water and other resources. I’m the only
candidate addressing this crisis, because the Democrat and Republican
are too closely allied with the coal companies that are plundering
West Virginia."
Campaign web site: http://www.jesse4wvgov.org Video clip of Jesse
Johnson speaking at a West Virginia Youth Commission forum.
? Rebekah Kennedy, Green candidate for the US Senate in Arkansas, is
competing against Democratic incumbent Mark Pryor, with no Republican
in the race. Despite numerous invitations, Sen. Pryor has avoided
facing Ms. Kennedy in a candidates’ debate.
http://www.wreg.com/Global/story.asp?S=9182552
Campaign web site: http://www.kennedy2008.org
? Gordon Clark, Maryland candidate for the US House (District 8, Rep.
Chris Van Hollen’s seat), is receiving significant attention for his
grassroots campaign against a powerful Democrat. (Mr. Van Hollen,
though only in Congress five years, is Chair of the Democratic
Congressional Campaign Committee.) Gordon raised more campaign funds
(all individual) during the second quarter than any other candidate
nominated for Congress by an alternative party in the US . Mr. Clark
came out on top in a candidates’ forum sponsored by the League of
Women Voters on October 2 and is now receiving coverage in the
mainstream press.
Gordon Clark noted that "Chris Van Hollen went from being a liberal
Democrat to a corporate Democrat, and he no longer represents his
constituents on an array of issues. Maryland’s 8th is one of the most
progressive districts in the country, and voters here are looking for
a political leader who has a vision for tackling the energy crisis,
the faltering economy and the climate crisis of global warming, as
well as the willingness to end the war in Iraq and the judgment to
stop an expanding war in Afghanistan and Pakistan. It’s becoming
clear to many that Mr. Van Hollen, with his numerous close ties to
campaign contributors, cannot meet that need — and that our campaign
does."
Video of Oct. 2 candidates’ forum:
http://www.clarkforcongress.net/press.cfm
More video clips of Gordon Clark: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cbj
MoxER7g
? Malik Rahim, Louisiana Green candidate for the US House (District
2), is co-founder of the Common Ground Collective, an organization
that provides short-term relief to victims of hurricane disasters in
the Gulf Coast region. Mr. Rahim is a former Black Panther and ran
for New Orleans City Council in 2002 as a Green Party candidate.
The election for the 2nd District US House seat will take place on
December 6 instead of November 4 because of election delays caused by
Hurricanes Gustave and Ike.
Campaign web site: http://www.votemalik.com
? Ross Mirkarimi was elected to the San Francisco Board of
Supervisors (District 5) in 2004 and is running for reelection. Mr.
Mirkarimi has sponsored about 40 pieces of legislation addressing
crime, making streets safer for pedestrians, improving efficiency of
city departments, and the environment. He led efforts to promote
medical marijuana clubs in San Francisco.
In March 2007, he introduced legislation prohibiting large
supermarkets and drugstores from providing customers with non-
biodegradable plastic bags, making San Francisco the first city to
regulate such bags. In June 2008, Mr. Mirkarimi sponsored a one-year
pilot plan for solar rebate program that provides $1.5 million to
nonprofit organizations and lower income residents for installing
solar voltaic power on rooftops. He faces two opponents in the
current election.
Campaign web site: http://www.rossmirkarimi.com
? Richard Carroll is running unopposed, except for two write-in
candidates, for an open seat in Arkansas State Representative
District 39. He has strong union support, with endorsements from the
International Brotherhood of Boilermakers (IBB), United
Transportation Union, AFSCME, AFL-CIO, Arkansas State Electrical
Workers Association, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and
Trainmen, and the Central Labor Council of Arkansas, as well as the
North Little Rock Fire Fighters, Ride Free, and Arkansas Democrat
Gazette (http://www2.arkansasonline.com/news/2008/oct/29/richard
carroll-20081029/). Mr. Carroll has been active in union organizing
for 30 years, holding the offices of Vice President, and Recording
Secretary of IBB Local 69, and Vice President, Recording Secretary,
and Local Chairman of IBB Local 66
? Farheen Hakeem, a popular political personality in Minneapolis, is
running for Minnesota State House District 61B. Three candidates are
seeking an open seat, and in recent polls Ms. Hakeem is running in a
statistical dead heat for the lead. Ms. Hakeem, who has worked as a
teacher and volunteers as a Girl Scout Leader, ran for Mayor of
Minneapolis in 2005 as a Green and received 14% of the vote. In 2006,
she ran for Hennepin County Commissioner (District 4) against a
Democratic incumbent, drawing 33%.
Minneapolis Mirror article with video:
http://mplsmirror.com/joomla/index.php?
option=com_content&task=view&id=422&Itemid=1
Campaign web site: http://www.farheenhakeem.org
? Ante Marijan, candidate for State Representative in the Chicago
(District 2), received endorsements from the Chicago Sun-Times and
the Chicago Tribune.
? Kent Solberg, candidate for State Representative District 27,
received the endorsement of the Arizona Daily Star, the largest
circulation newspaper in Tucson. He also qualified for Arizona Clean
Elections funds, enabling him to run a well-financed campaign. The
campaign has canvassed the entire district twice with 50,000
brochures each time, and just finished a series of three special
rallies with live bands. Mr. Solberg, running an issues-oriented
campaign, has a very real chance to defeat one of the two incumbents.
Campaign web site: http://www.kent4house.org
The candidates to watch list is constantly being updated in these
last few days before the election. Please go to the list at:
http://www.gp.org/2008-elections/candidate-news.php for the latest
information. Or for general Green Party election information:
http://www.gp.org/elections.shtml.
 
Hakeem is candidate Minnesota State Rep
Farheen Hakeem is running as a Green candidate for Minnesota State
House Representative from the 61B district. This urban open seat in
South Minneapolis contains a diverse array of communities that are
home to middle class families and young students, people with
international background, people of the creative class and the
economically disadvantaged. Farheen is a young community leader in
Minneapolis with rich experiences in education and community
organizing. A former math teacher, she is a Girl Scout troop leader.
One of Farheen’s core policies is to establish a universal, single-
payer healthcare system for Minnesotans. Also, she will dedicate
herself as a youth policy expert at the State Capitol so that
Minnesotans from all backgrounds can have equal and bright
opportunities in life. Another priority for her is sustainability; as
a Green leader and a hybrid car driver who was environmentally-
conscious well before "it was cool and sexy to be green". She will
promote an affordable and extensive public transportation system to
meet the needs of the citizens. Most importantly, Farheen will be an
independent, green voice in St. Paul, who will not be influenced by
the machine politics of Republicans or the DFL.
As a well-known community organizer who has run for a public office
twice before, she has a very good chance of winning the seat. In the
County Commissioner’s race in 2006, Farheen won 43% of the votes in
the electorate. Throughout the district, the presence of Farheen’s
yard signs is far more visible than her opponents. Enthusiasm for a
new type of politics and the culture of independent politics in
Minnesota all work in favour for her candidacy this November. Once
elected, Farheen Hakim will make great Green change in St. Paul as
one of the highest-ranking Green politicians in the entire country.
Rebel Diaz Support McKinney/Clemente
Check out the latest from Bronx based hip-hop activists Rebel Diaz.
Voxunion.com calls "Open Letter to Obama"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynNzmi0jMB0 "an attempt to deal with
the swirling and confusing excitement generated by the Obama
campaign" The track tells the story of an Obama fan who becomes
disillusioned with his Obama’s policies and ultimately supports
McKinney/Clemente.
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Vote Green On Tuesday!
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This is an exciting time for us! The Green Party has never been as
relevant as it is today. As Congress offers trillion-dollar bailouts
to Wall Street, people living on Main Street struggle to stay in
their homes and pay for basic needs. Why is Congress bailing out
corporations while the public slides into economic insecurity?
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But never fear because you can VOTE GREEN on Tuesday and choose
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Make your vote count in DC: vote only for Schwartzman; vote for
McKinney
(Please forward this message to all friends, family, and neighbors
who vote in DC!)
DAVID SCHWARTZMAN for DC City Council, At-Large
You get two votes for At-Large Member of City Council on Election
Day, Nov. 4. If you support David Schwartzman, please cast one of
your votes for Dave!
But if you want David Schwartzman to WIN, then please vote ONLY for
Dave!
We want David Schwartzman to get the highest percentage possible.
Voting for another candidate too makes this less possible. There are
two At-Large seats on Council that will be filled on Election Day, so
we want Dave to place first or second. To make that happen, please
cast only one vote in the At-Large election — for David Schwartzman.
CYNTHIA McKINNEY & ROSA CLEMENTE for President & Vice President
Are you a DC voter who’d like to vote for Green presidential
candidate Cynthia McKinney and VP candidate Rosa Clemente, but you’re
worried that John McCain might win?
Vote for McKinney & Clemente! In Washington, DC, Barack Obama will
get an overwhelming majority on Election Day. Obama will get all
three of DC’s Electoral College votes. If you vote for Cynthia
McKinney and Rosa Clemente in DC, you won’t change this outcome.
If you want your vote to really count in 2008, invest it in a growing
alternative party that doesn’t take corporate contributions. Vote DC
Statehood Green on Election Day — vote for Cynthia McKinney, Rosa
Clemente, and the Statehood Green slate of candidates.
THE DC STATEHOOD SLATE
Do you believe that real democracy and full equality for DC residents
mean a lot more than just giving Eleanor Holmes Norton a vote in
Congress?
Then please vote for:
• Maude Louise Hills for Delegate to the US House
• Joyce Robinson Paul for US Representative
• Keith Ware for US Senator
The DC Statehood Green candidates will work for DC statehood. The
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statehood, only the ‘DC vote’ — a single DC vote in Congress. The
DC vote won’t change our status as ‘America’s Last Colony’, because
it won’t give us self-government, equality, and freedom from
Congress’s authority.
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the Democratic national platform. The Green Party is the only party
that supports DC statehood!
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Election Night Victory Party…. Everyone is invited!
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Get involved and help our 2008 DC Statehood Green slate of
candidates! Visit their web sites, contact the candidates, make a
donation…..
• 2008 DC Statehood Green candidates index
http://www.statehood4dc.com/home
• Joyce Robinson Paul, for US Representative
http://www.statehood4dc.com/jrpaul/home
• David Schwartzman, for Council, At-Large
http://www.davidschwartzman.com
• Louise Thundercloud, for Delegate to the US House of
Representatives http://www.statehood4dc.com/thundercloud
http://votingforchangeindc.ning.com
• Keith Ware, for US Senator http://www.statehood4dc.com/ware/home
• Cynthia McKinney, for President of the United States
http://www.runcynthiarun.com
• Rosa Clemente, for Vice President of the United States
http://www.rosaclemente.com
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GP RELEASE Green statehouse candidates to watch on Election Day 2008
GREEN PARTY OF THE UNITED STATES
http://www.gp.org
For Immediate Release:
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Contacts:
Scott McLarty, Media Coordinator, 202-518-5624, cell 202-904-7614,
mclarty@…
Starlene Rankin, Media Coordinator, 916-995-3805, starlene@…
Green Party candidates for state legislature to watch on Election Day
2008
• General Green Party election information:
http://www.gp.org/elections.shtml
• More candidates to watch: http://www.gp.org/2008
elections/candidate-news.php
WASHINGTON, DC — The Green Party of the United States is running an
outstanding slate of candidates for state legislature in 2008, with a
few strong possibilities of victory on Election Day. Four such
candidates are profiled below.
The most impressive list of candidates comes from Illinois, where the
Green Party (http://www.ilgp.org) is running 54 candidates for public
office, more than any other Green Party, among whom 18 candidates are
seeking seats in the state legislature.
At least 245 Green candidates will be on ballots on Election Day,
November 4. At least 293 Greens have run for public office
throughout 2008, including the November 4 election. More Green
candidates to watch are listed at: http://www.gp.org/2008
elections/candidate-news.php
The Green Party’s 2008 national nominees are Cynthia McKinney and
running mate Rosa Clemente. Ms. McKinney was interviewed on
BreakTheMatrix.com on Sunday evening, October 19
(http://www.breakthematrix.com/node/28047) and on Democracy Now!,
October 16, following the final presidential debate, from which she
was excluded
(http://www.democracynow.org/2008/10/16/breaking_the_sound_barrier_thi
rd).
• Richard Carroll is running unopposed, except for two write-in
candidates, for an open seat in Arkansas State Representative
District 39. He has strong union support, with endorsements from the
International Brotherhood of Boilermakers (IBB), United
Transportation Union, AFSCME, AFL-CIO, Arkansas State Electrical
Workers Association, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and
Trainmen, and the Central Labor Council of Arkansas, as well as the
North Little Rock Fire Fighters, Ride Free, and Arkansas Democrat
Gazette (http://www2.arkansasonline.com/news/2008/oct/29/richard
carroll-20081029/). Mr. Carroll has been active in union organizing
for 30 years, holding the offices of Vice President, and Recording
Secretary of IBB Local 69, and Vice President, Recording Secretary,
and Local Chairman of IBB Local 66
• Farheen Hakeem, a popular political personality in Minneapolis, is
running for Minnesota State House District 61B. Three candidates are
seeking an open seat, and in recent polls Ms. Hakeem is running in a
statistical dead heat for the lead. Ms. Hakeem, who has worked as a
teacher and volunteers as a Girl Scout Leader, ran for Mayor of
Minneapolis in 2005 as a Green and received 14% of the vote. In
2006, she ran for Hennepin County Commissioner (District 4) against a
Democratic incumbent, drawing 33%.
Minneapolis Mirror article with video:
http://mplsmirror.com/joomla/index.php?
option=com_content&task=view&id=422&Itemid=1
Campaign web site: http://www.farheenhakeem.org
• Ante Marijan, candidate for State Representative in the Chicago
(District 2), received endorsements from the Chicago Sun-Times
(http://www.suntimes.com/news/elections/endorsements/1239644,CST-EDT
edit24.article) and the Chicago Tribune
(http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/chi
1025edit1oct25,0,2682341.story).
• Kent Solberg, candidate for State Representative District 27,
received the endorsement of the Arizona Daily Star, the largest
circulation newspaper in Tucson
(http://www.azstarnet.com/allheadlines/263651). He also qualified
for Arizona Clean Elections funds, enabling him to run a well-
financed campaign. The campaign has canvassed the entire district
twice with 50,000 brochures each time, and just finished a series of
three special rallies with live bands. Mr. Solberg, running an
issues-oriented campaign, has a very real chance to defeat one of the
two incumbents.
Campaign web site: http://www.kent4house.org
MORE INFORMATION
Green Party of the United States http://www.gp.org
202-319-7191, 866-41GREEN
Fax 202-319-7193
• Green candidate database for 2008 and other campaign information:
http://www.gp.org/elections.shtml
• Green Party News Center http://www.gp.org/newscenter.shtml
• Green Party Speakers Bureau http://www.gp.org/speakers
• Green Party ballot access page http://www.gp.org/2008-elections
• 2008 Green candidates to watch http://www.gp.org/2008
elections/candidate-news.php
Cynthia McKinney/Rosa Clemente ‘Power to the People’ Campaign for the
White House
http://votetruth08.com
http://www.runcynthiarun.org
Cynthia McKinney on video
http://www.youtube.com/user/RunCynthiaRun
http://www.youtube.com/profile_videos?user=RunCynthiaRun
• BreakTheMatrix.com interview, Oct. 19:
http://www.breakthematrix.com/node/28047
• Democracy Now! interview, Oct. 16:
http://www.democracynow.org/2008/10/16/breaking_the_sound_barrier_thir
d
• Music video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gx1NPlQjkqo
Rosa Clemente on video
• Interview: Current TV/Rock the Vote
http://current.com/items/89335393_the_organizer_and_green_party_vp_can
didate_talks_about_her_inspirations
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Also, thanx for signing my petitions, et al, please consider sharing them. Also, since Admin. of change.org 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: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DisabledGreensNews/message/9033 This petition on change.org: Haiti disaster anniversary: http://www.change.org/petitions/view/haiti_disaster_anniversary_2?share_id=yIpWHEHxri&pe=pce http://uspoverty.change.org/petitions/view/haiti_disaster_anniversary_2 http://www.change.org/petitions/view/haiti_disaster_anniversary_2   This post on Disabled Greens News and discussion: Green, Indigenous, Native American, etc., actions: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DisabledGreensNews/message/9026 This petition on change.org: Green, Indigenous, Native American, acts: http://www.change.org/petitions/view/green_indigenous_native_american_acts?share_id=NHvTtQadfP&pe=pce http://uspoverty.change.org/petitions/view/green_indigenous,_native_american_acts http://www.change.org/petitions/view/green_indigenous,_native_american_acts   This post on Disabled Greens News and discussion: Art/Act: celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday, holiday: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DisabledGreensNews/message/9024 This petition on change.org: Art/Act: celebrate Dr. M.L. King, Jr.'s holiday: http://www.change.org/petitions/view/artact_celebrate_dr_ml_king_jrs_holiday?share_id=QjOkAUGeBQ&pe=pce http://uspoverty.change.org/petitions/view/art_act_celebrate_dr_ml_king_jr_s_holiday http://www.change.org/petitions/view/art_act_celebrate_dr_ml_king_jr_s_holiday   This post on Disabled Greens News and discussion: Green; NA; the evolution; Civil, Human, LP, Prisoner's Rights; Poverty; etc..: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DisabledGreensNews/message/9022 This petition on change.org: Economically empower through advocacy: http://www.change.org/petitions/view/economically_empower_through_advocacy?share_id=WZNqBQWcXE&pe=pce http://uspoverty.change.org/petitions/view/economically_empower_through_advocacy http://www.change.org/petitions/view/economically_empower_throug
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