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Green Party positions on Statewide Propositions - June 2014 Primary Election

Vote no on Props 41 and 42

Green Party opposes AB2145, seeks to preserve Community Choice Aggregation

Community Choice Aggregation is a tool to achieve substantial greenhouse gas emissions reductions by increasing the use of energy efficiency and new decentralized renewable energy resources, and to stimulate local economies by creating living wage jobs and spurring healthy competition in the energy sector.

Viewpoints: Top-two primary system is eliminating diverse political expression

Opinion piece in the Sacramento Bee written by Green Party spokesperson Michael Feinstein

Green Party on AB 2351 - Good Start, But More Needed to Fix Top Two

Bill needs to address high filing fees/signatures-in-lieu requirement; cost of ballot statements, re-establish general election write-in voting

Green Party candidates Laura Wells & Jena Goodman to speak at UC Davis Law Third Party Forum

Students seeking electoral alternatives invite Green Party

Article: COLUMN ONE: Still Green in World of Politics: Sure, there are quirky features--'vibes watchers' at meetings and a plan for vegetarian meals in jail. There is also stressful infighting. But the state's Green Party has scored some early successes

COLUMN ONE: Still Green in World of Politics: Sure, there are quirky features - 'vibes watchers' at meetings and a plan for vegetarian meals in jail. There is also stressful infighting. But the state's Green Party has scored some early successes.

Article: EARTHWATCH: The Green Party Arrives: A new congressional candidate tries to penetrate the smog of the County.

Article: Environmentalist Green Party May Have Ballot Spot

Environmentalist Green Party May Have Ballot Spot
By Daniel M. Weintraub | Staff Writer, Los Angeles Times | January 3, 1992

In Memoriam: Harry Driggs, November 3, 1935 - July 14, 2007

A talented artist and a long time San Francisco Green, Harry Driggs created the Leafy G graphic that the Green Party of California (GPCA) has used as its de facto logo since the early 1990s.

The California Green Party is Born

By Mike Feinstein, Green Synthesis, March 1990.

Suddently, the California Green Assembly meeting came to a halt, as everyone leaned forward to hear ABC's local affiliate come through a 2" Sony Watchman. "Today was a historic day. Sixty Green activists from all areas of California gathered in Sacramento to launch a new political party, the Green Party of California." 

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