Colorado Green Party Blog
KGNU – A PUBLIC AFFAIR – April 21
The Green Party of Colorado is tackling the problems of two-party government in Colorado.
Party co-chair, Bill Bartlett, will discuss the People’s Primary, a grassroots movement to increase participation in elections by giving all voters access to a primary election ballot this June, not just registered Republicans and Democrats.
Harry Hempy,... [Read more of this post]
Defending Families and Patients
Last week an important committee hearing was held concerning parents, children, and families. Many people showed up to voice their fears and demand an end to the proposals. The upcoming bills SB14-177 and SB14-178 are not a long-term correction for the terror impoverished and minority families go though everyday resulting from drug war policies.
As... [Read more of this post]
Green Candidates for 2014
GREEN PARTY CANDIDATES FOR 2014
The Green Party of Colorado held its 2014 Nominating meeting on March 22 at the Mercury Café in Denver.
Here are the candidates:
Governor of Colorado Harry Hempy and Bill Bartlett,
Lt. Governor of Colorado Charmaine Barros,
US Congress Sixth Congressional District Gary Swing,
Colorado Senate District 2 Martin Wirth
The... [Read more of this post]
STATE NOMINATING CONVENTION
The Green Party of Colorado Annual Meeting and Nominating Convention of 2014 will take place at the Mercury Cafe in Denver. We have some great candidates who are seeking a place on the Green Party ballot. This is your chance to learn more about them and decide what the party will be doing over the coming year.
COLORADO STATE NOMINATING CONVENTION
Saturday,... [Read more of this post]
Schools for Sale to the Highest Bidder!
The Douglas County School Board is selling our public schools to the highest bidder with money and influence from: the Independence Institute; Americans for Prosperity founded by David and Charles Koch; Rick Hess from the American Enterprise Institute; Robert Bennet founder of K12 — the nation’s largest online education company; American... [Read more of this post]
DENVER GREENS ENCOURAGE NO VOTES ON MARIJUANA TAX PROPOSALS
Green Party registered voters of Denver County (http://denvergreenparty.org), the voting members of the Denver Greens, have analyzed the proposed new taxes on the November 5, 2013 ballot and recommend voting NO on both measures.
The claim of proponents of Proposition AA is that passage would fulfill the wishes of the voters as represented... [Read more of this post]
GPCO Cites Lack of Economic Justice for Recall’s Success
The Democratic Party has suffered a loss in the southern parts of the state, and the Green Party of Colorado believes that continued attacks on the welfare of middle- and working-class families are to blame, not pro-gun extremism.
The recall was a grassroots initiative, led by citizens of Colorado. There has been much talk about the involvement of pro-corporate... [Read more of this post]
Great Boulder Green Party – Event – all welcome!
Join the Greater Boulder Green Party for a multi-faceted discussion and musical expression of what “Sustainability” means. Stay the day or participate in your favorite sessions.
Admission is free. Organic food and beverages will be provided. Organic wine and organic beer from Asher brewery for attendees over 21. Donations gratefully accepted.
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August 22 Report from the Green Shadow Cabinet
This just in . . .
Fukushima horror will be visited on U.S. unless we shift to 100% renewable energy
Thursday, August 22, 2013 ~ Harvey Wasserman, Secretary of Energy
As the horror show at Fukushima worsens by the day, our opposition to atomic energy becomes ever more vital. Now more than ever, we advocate a total “solartopian”... [Read more of this post]
Volunteer Positions Available
The Green Party of Colorado is seeking to fill some specific volunteer positions, including phone banking, secretarial services, and committee positions.
About Committee Positions
The needs of Committee positions vary depending on the skills of those applying to fill them. Committees need managers, secretaries, researchers, and compilers to function... [Read more of this post]
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