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Mar 10 2018
At least 22 California Greens are running in the spring 2018 elections.  The Candidates listed here have all qualified for the ballot; unless otherwise noted as write-in candidates. Note - inclusion on this list does not imply endorsement. Endorsements for statewide office are made by the Green Party of California and indicated for endorsed candidate below.    U.S. House of Representatives (10)
Jun 7 2016
Jill Stein wins Green presidential primary, six Greens elected in spring 2016 elections
Jan 23 2016
Draft agenda approved by the Coordinating Committee, November 7, 2015; revised December 6 for submission to the counties   Saturday, January 23     8:00am Breakfast, registration     9:00am Opening, welcome from San Diego Greens, new delegate orientation, quorum count, announcement of Standing Committee vacancies  
Jan 4 2016
Green Party County Council elections filings open Jan 4, 2016
Dec 10 2015
Unless our winner-take-all elections are abandoned in favor of a proportional representation system, we will find ourselves in the same place years from now, complaining about the undue influence of money in politics
Dec 9 2015
It is the GPCA"s intent to exercise the public ballot election option for Green Party County Council elections in all of California’s 58 counties
Nov 3 2015
At least eleven Greens elected in November elections.
Oct 13 2015
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.
Sep 1 2015
 1. Why are you running for U.S. Senate as a Green To help build the party at the local, state and national level. To bring key issues to the forefront of the US Senate Race. To continue to challenge the two party system monopoly.  2. What are your key platform issues? What are the most important issues facing California and the nation? What solutions do you offer?
Jul 8 2015
One of California's two U.S. Senate seats will be up for election in 2016 - that of retiring Barbara Boxer. There will be a U.S. Senate primary election June 7, 2016.   

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Jan 19 2015
Oil drilling off Hermosa Beach poses significant environmental and economic risks throughout Santa Monica Bay.
Mar 19 2014
In a state where chronic underfunding of higher education and the inequities it produces has become a rallying cry for students statewide, the Green Party adds a student voice to its 2014 statewide slate.
Dec 23 2013
The GPCA endorses Luis Rodriguez, Governor; Laura Wells, Controller; Ellen Brown, Treasurer; David Curtis, Secretary of State
Oct 8 2012
If its true that we are what we eat, then there are few things more basic than our right to know what's in our food.
Oct 2 2012
The Green Party supports progressive taxation and addressing climate change and opposes austerity and deregulation that hurts the poor, the middle class and the environment.

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