Green Party of San Francisco

The San Francisco Green Party is part of a large and growing grassroots electoral movement, which is attempting to restore the democratic process and put people in office who truly are working in the best interests of the majority. Only by doing this can we solidify progress, and prevent the rollback of the gains made by society.

We are a part of the Green Party of California, which is part of the Green Party of the United States, one of many Green Parties around the world.
 
We hold regular monthly meetings on the 4th Wednesday of every month; locations vary, but are announced in our newsletter and in the "events" section on our website.  New members are welcome to join us!  The agendas are generally set about a week in advance; to suggest items for an upcoming meeting, email the County Council at cc@sfgreens.org.

 

News

State Senator Leeland Yee didn't show up, but Green Party candidate Terry Baum was more than happy to take his place. She was a last-minute addition who did more than her fair share to liven up the proceedings.
Mayor Lee was not the only new participant in tonight's forum. Terry Joan Baum, a Green Party candidate and Castro resident, crashed the stage with her own chair before the debate started and was allowed to stay there.
Green Party of California officials this week threw their political muscle behind statewide student-based protests Wednesday at UC and other campuses against continued hikes in fees and tuition.
GREEN PARTY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS RELEASE SACRAMENTO - The Green Party of California this week said it supports actions - including pickets at her office and home - to pressure U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein to investigate human rights violations against accused WikiLeaks whistleblower Bradley Manning, who is charged with leaking information about U.S. war crimes and failed foreign policy in Iraq and Afghanistan.