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2008 Green Presidential Debate - San Francisco, January 13, 2008

The 2008 Green Party Presidential Debate: The only debate that matters
Herbst Theater, San Francisco 

California Greens win fourteen seats in 2015 elections

Led by the re-election of Fairfax Town Councilmember Renee Goddard, eleven California Greens were elected in November 3 elections

Green Party section of California Elections Code signed into law

On October 10th, Governor Brown signed AB 477 into law, placing a Green Party section into the California state Elections Code for the first time.

The Green Party will nominate its own presidential candidate in 2016, and not endorse Bernie Sanders

The Green Party of California (GPCA) does not endorse presidential candidates. It holds a primary election, which informs GPCA delegates to the Green Party of the United States (GPUS) Presidential Nominating Convention.

Greens in fall 2015 elections

At least eleven Greens elected in November elections.

Green Party calls for inclusion of Ranked Choice Voting capability in LA County voting equipment

Lack of a certified RCV option would be an abdication of government responsibility to facilitate a vibrant and representative democracy

Fourth Consecutive Young Green elected to Napa Valley College Board of Trustees

For four consecutive terms the Napa Valley College Board of Trustees will have a Green Student Trustee.
 
Gabriel Sanchez 19, was elected in an April 29th-30th election, for a one year term through May 2016. Sanchez served as Senator of Science, Mathematics, and Engineering in Associated Students of Napa Valley College (ASNVC) prior to running. 
 

Green Party of California at the US Social Forum

The Green Party of California endorses the US Social Forumencourages Greens to attend and is co-sponsoring these USSF workshops, open to all USSF attendees. On June 27-28, also in San Jose, is the next GPCA General Assembly (only open to GPCA members.) 

Resolution: Close the Commercial Property Loophole

The Green Party of California General Assembly approved the following resolution on Saturday, January 24, 2015:

Young Green Ruscal Cayangyang appointed to the Vallejo School Board

Young Green Ruscal Cayangyang was appointed to the five-member Vallejo City Unified School District Board of Trustees, January 20th, in 3-1 vote by the Board's other four members, to fill a vacancy on the Board.

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