Green Party Actions: June 2009 Greenline; etc..

Green Party Actions: June 2009 Greenline; etc..
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Message from Annual Meeting Co-Chairs
As co-chairs of your Annual National Committee Meeting, we have several announcements regarding the meeting in Durham, North Carolina, July 23-26.
We’re passing the savings on to you!
The Annual National Meeting Committee is working hard to make this a high-quality and low-cost meeting.  We have recently reviewed our budget and cut costs significantly.  In order to pass the savings on to you, we are extending the earlybird registration price of $130 through June 28.  After that date, registration will increase to $160 (was to be $190 for on-site).  Register now.
Reserve housing and meal plans by June 28 – absolute deadline!
It is very important to reserve your housing and meal plans NOW.
Housing must be reserved by Sunday, June 28.  North Carolina Central University ( has been holding a block of rooms for us since February.  They now have two other groups waiting for rooms for other events at the same time as our meeting.  We must tell NCCU our final room count by this date.  After June 28, we will not be able to guarantee you dorm space on campus.  Note, if you need to register and pay for housing now but delay paying for your actual meeting registration until later, contact Brian Bittner at 202-319-7191.
Workshops!  Caucuses!  Committee Meetings!  National Committee Meeting!
We are thrilled to put out the following workshop options (all are subject to change until closer to the meeting).  All workshops will take place from 1:30 PM, Thursday, July 23 through 12:30 PM, Friday, July 24.  There will also be a number of workshops on Saturday and Sunday for non-delegates and local attendees. We’ll have four tracks for participants:  Issues, Campaign School, Skill-Building/Party-Building, and Committees and Caucuses.  The exact schedule is still being finalized – check the tentative schedule.  Thank you to all of the workshop presenters who have volunteered their time and talents.
The Triangle Greens are planning a great event at the Marvel Event Center in the heart of Durham.  There will local food, a cash bar and entertainment.  Come and join your Green friends. Register for this event here.
You know you want to be there!  Register today.
Matt Abel and Hillary Kane
Annual National Meeting Co-Chairs
The Green Party takes no money from real estate companies, investment firms, or insurance companies. In fact, we don’t take any corporate money because we think corporate money in politics is wrong. If you agree, please help us today with your donation.
Donate what you can to strengthen our voice so that we can make our vision a reality. If you can only afford a little each month, you can become a monthly sustainer so your donation can be spread over time.
June 2009 Greenline   🙂
Registration Still Open for Annual National Meeting
The 2009 Green Party Annual National Meeting will be held in Durham, North Carolina from July 23rd-26th.  Dorm-style accommodations and dining hall meals make this year’s meeting low-key, friendly, and affordable.  Workshops hosted by Green Party organizers from around the country will start at noon on Thursday, July 23rd and end at noon Sunday, July 26th.
2010 campaigns will kick off next month in Durham.  If you are planning to run for county, state, or federal office in 2010, you can learn all you need to kick your campaign off the ground in Durham next month.  We will hold workshops on reaching out to media, using social networks and web tools to spread the word about your campaign, setting up a door-to-door canvassing operation, networking with other Green Party candidates to share resources, and much more. 
Is your state working to win ballot access for 2010 and the 2012 Presidential election?  Come to Durham to learn the basics of a ballot access campaign and coordinating state-wide efforts.      
REGISTER NOW at the lowest possible price before it increases!  And forward this message to your e-mail lists so your state and local party will be represented at the 2009 Green Party Annual National Meeting.  A limited number of diversity waivers for the registration fee (housing, food and travel are NOT a part of the waiver) are available – for further information contact
  Greens Win in June 9th Elections
The Green Party had a very successful election day on June 9th, winning four of five races.  Three Greens ran for City of Portland (ME) Charter Commission.  Ben Chipman, running in District 1, won his race with 62% of the vote.  Anna Trevorrow, running for an at-large seat, won her seat with almost 13% of the vote amongst a field of eight candidates.  Dan Jenkins, running in District 2, came very close to winning with 45.5% of the vote.  Congratulations to two Green members of the City of Portland Charter Commission!
In Whately, Massachusetts, two Greens became (we believe) the first husband-and-wife team of Green officeholders.  Nate Fortune was re-relected to the Whately Elementary School Committee, and Joyce Palmer-Fortune won her race for Whately Select Board.  Congratulations to Nate and Joyce for helping turn Whately, MA Green!
Hundreds of Green candidates are still campaigning for fall 2009 elections.  To find candidates near you, check out our on-line elections database. 
There may still be time for you to declare a run for office this fall!  E-mail if you are interested in running for office and need help getting started.
Green Pages Bundles Available
Green Pages, the national newspaper of the Green Party of the United States, has been published on-line throughout 2009. This year’s summer issue will be the only paper version available.  Stock up now to have national Green Party news, commentary, state reports, profiles of prominent Greens and Green officeholders and more to distribute at fairs, festivals, and on the street.  Click here to purchase a bundle of Green pages for your state or local party.
We need you to keep the Green Party  Strong!
What can you do now?
Donate what you can to strengthen our voice so that we can make our vision a reality.  If you have given recently, please consider giving more.  And if you haven’t given in some time, please consider making today the day you give.
Make a commitment to help monthly.
If you can only afford a little each month, you can become a monthly sustainer.  Sustainers help the party maintain a steady income by donating every month with a credit or debit card.  Having a steady income helps us budget for campaign schools, ballot access drives, and direct financial support to local, state and federal candidates.       
Already a sustainer?  E-mail if you can increase your monthly donation. 
Thank you for your financial support!
The Green Party takes no money from real estate companies, investment firms, or insurance companies. In fact, we don’t take any corporate money because we think corporate money in politics is wrong. If you agree, please help us today. Your donation to the Green Party will help make sure we have a strong Green party today and into the future.
Office: PO Box 57065 Washington, D.C. 20037 202-319-7191 or toll-free (US): 866-41GREEN
We are not the alternative – we are the imperative. Rosa Clemente

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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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