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The US and other western nations must honor the Libyan rebels' requests for no military intervention, say Greens

Green Party leaders today warned that western military intervention, now unfolding with air strikes against Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi's forces allegedly to create a no-fly zone, could escalate into a new US/NATO war on a Muslim nation rather than the stated goal of humanitarian protection for Libyan civilians and aid for rebels.
Johnny Howard

fundraising party for Johnny Howard

Lena Buggs is hosting another fundraising party for Johnny Howard Friday night from 5:00 to 7:00 at Golden Thymes!

 

The address for Golden Thymes is:

 

Green Party Endorses Johnny Howard in Ward 1

At our endorsing meeting on Sunday, August 4th, we endorsed Johnny Howard in St. Paul’s Ward One City Council election. This is a special election triggered when the incumbent resigned in the middle of a term. With no incumbent, the race in Ward One is wide open. Johnny is a strong candidate with name recognition from the last election and an active grassroots campaign.

"We’re thrilled to endorse Johnny Howard for Ward One City Council" said Vanessa Vogl, Party Co-chair. "He will fight for economic justice, responsive government and safe, healthy environment. Through 29 years in St. Paul, Johnny built deep relationships and tangible, positive outcomes in the neighborhood. His record shows that he will listen, work hard and put people first as Ward One’s next councilmember."

Johnny Howard for Ward 1 Fundraiser

Date: 
August 10, 2013 - 6:00pm - 8:30pm

A message from Johnny, newly Green-endorsed candidate for Ward 1:

Please join friends, neighbors, and me for a fundraiser party from 6-8:30 pm, Saturday, August 10th at my home at 638 Van Buren Avenue in St. Paul. We’ll have food and beverages, plus plenty of discussion about my campaign, the future of Ward I and the betterment of our City.

As you know, I’m running for the Ward One City Council seat.

Green Party of Saint Paul Speaker Series: Colleen Rowley- NDAA and the "War on Terror," Saturday, February 3 @ 1:00 p.m.

We hope you can join us in February for a great speaker and discussion -

Coleen Rowley, a former FBI agent and one of the 2002 Time Magazine persons of the year, will be speaking at the 4th Congressional District/St. Paul Green Party meeting on Sunday, February 3rd at 1:00 p.m. at Mississippi Market Coop on West 7th Street - 1500 West 7th Street, St. Paul, 55102

Coleen will be speaking on the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and how the “war on terror” affects our civil liberties.

Looking Good at the Ramsey County Fair

A great looking booth put together by Diane and staffed by many Greens over the course of the fair.  Great conversations and over fifty signatures gathered to put Jill Stein on the ballot in Minnesota.

2012 Primary Election Candidate Fair for White Bear Lake Area - August 2nd

 

Residents of Shoreview, Moundsview, White Bear Lake, Mahtomedi, Hugo, Dellwood, Birchwood, Arden Hills, Vadnais Heights, North Oaks, Gem Lake, North St. Paul, Centerville, Lino Lakes, Lexington, Circle Pines, White Bear Township, Grant, Willernie, Little Canada, Maplewood

Do you know the candidates on your August 14 primary election ballot? 

Gathering Signatures for Jill Stein

 

 

Amber Garlan gathering petition signatures for Green candidate Jill Stein, Mississippi Market Food Co-op in St. Paul.  Diane Peterson made the sidewalk sign.

Jim Ivey

Post-election news roundup

GreenSaintPaul Press Release: Green Party Awaits Final Results in Ward 2 and Posts Impressive Results in Wards 1 and 6

"During the 2011 campaign, the Green Party candidates for St. Paul City Council took their message to the people in Wards 1, 2 and 6 with impressive results against their established DFL incumbents"

 

MPR: Ranked-choice election leads to recount in St. Paul ward

"Green party candidate Jim Ivey is Thune's strongest opposition, with 1,400 first place votes -- about 26 percent of the first round of results. Bill Hosko is third, with about 25 percent. "

 

Star Tribune: Ranked voting gets first runoff test

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