Six Green Party mayors sign on to letter from over 100 mayors opposing Keystone XL tar sands pipeline

Friday, November 18, 2011
The Green mayors who signed the letter are Larry Bragman (Fairfax, Calif.), Bruce Delgado (Marina, Calif.), David Doonan (Greenwich, NY), Gayle McLaughlin (Richmond, Calif.), Jim Sullivan (Victory, NY), and Jason West (New Paltz, NY).

As some Occupy Movement participants turn to electoral activism, the Green Party sends them an invitation

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

"The Green Party encourages those Occupiers who want to have an effect on the 2012 elections to help us build a permanent alternative party that represents the interests of We The People -- the 99 percent -- instead of banks, oil companies, arms manufacturers, insurance firms, and other powerful lobbies. The Green Party accepts no money from corporate PACs. Our platform reflects the values and demands of Occupy Wall Street," said Kent Mesplay, candidate for the Green Party's 2012 presidential nomination.

Green party Mayor supports fining banks that neglect property

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Richmond Mayor Gayle McLaughlin and Police Chief Chris Magnus pledged Tuesday to crack down on any banks that are neglecting foreclosed properties in the city. And they said they’ll push harder to enforce a city ordinance that fines banks $1,000 a day for vacant properties with code violations.

In Richmond, Foreclosed Homes Breed a New Kind of Problem

Saturday, November 12, 2011

This article about Green Party Mayor Gayle McLaughlin and Richmond, CA was published in the New York Times.

Green Party Mayor Welcomes Occupy Protests To Her City

Thursday, November 10, 2011

“The Occupy Wall Street movement has burst onto the scene, calling for an end to corporate domination all over the globe. We, in Richmond, are part of this movement and have everything to gain from it.” says Mayor McLaughlin.


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