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This page contains news about the Green Party of California, its candidates and officeholders, its county organizations, its leadership and its rank and file members.

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May 23 2013
In view of the devastating effect the Top Two system is having on California's smaller parties, the following statement was sent to all 120 members of the California state legislature
May 15 2013
The Green Party of California opposes AB955, which would establish a two-tier educational system in California's Community Colleges
May 3 2013
Twenty-three year old Green Ruscal Cayangyang was re-elected Student Trustee May 3rd.
Apr 10 2013
Based upon a proposal by the Green Party of California, the Green Party of the United States will conduct its first ever presidential campaign debriefing at its 2013 Annual National Meeting, July 25-28 in Iowa City, Iowa.
Apr 5 2013
Green Renée Goddard was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Fairfax Town Council on April 3rd.
Apr 4 2013
Students seek local office, support local business
Mar 5 2013
The Green Party of California endorsed SB 52, the California DISCLOSE Act, on March 4, 2013.  The DISCLOSE Act would require that the top funders to political campaign ads disclose who they really are rather than hiding behind innocuous names like "Americans for Fair Play."  For more information: www.yesfairelections.org
Feb 11 2013
California Green and 2004 GPUS Presidential Candidate David Cobb announces We the People amendment has Congressional sponsors.
Jan 21 2013
The Green Party urges the California State Legislature, in which there is now a historic 2/3 super-majority of Democrats in both houses, to address several key issues confronting our state. The Green Party advocates a ‘Green New Deal’ of specific solutions that would heal our planet, invigorate our democracy, increase fairness in our economy and ensure health-care for all. 
Dec 6 2012
On December 5th, John Reed became Mayor of Fairfax, the fourth Green in a row to be Mayor there.

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