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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 6 2014
Opinion piece in the Sacramento Bee written by Green Party spokesperson Michael Feinstein
May 2 2014
Bill needs to address high filing fees/signatures-in-lieu requirement; cost of ballot statements, re-establish general election write-in voting
Apr 7 2014
Students seeking electoral alternatives invite Green Party
Jan 13 2014
Bill must contain remedy for negative effects of Top Two on smaller parties
Dec 11 2013
For the second straight term, the Napa Valley College Board of Trustees will have a Green Student Trustee - this time its Alex Shantz.
Sep 15 2013
Jill appears in Petaluma, San Francisco, Oakland and Los Angeles.
Aug 22 2013
The Green Party of California will consider endorsements for a Green candidate in each of the following 2014 statewide offices, to appear on the June 2014 primary election ballot: Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, Controller, Treasurer, Insurance Commissioner and Superintendent of Public Education. The process will include: 

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Press Releases

Feb 15 2011
GREEN PARTY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS RELEASE SACRAMENTO - The Green Party of California this week said it supports actions - including pickets at her office and home - to pressure U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein to investigate human rights violations against accused WikiLeaks whistleblower Bradley Manning, who is charged with leaking information about U.S. war crimes and failed foreign policy in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Jan 31 2011
GREEN PARTY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS RELEASE SACRAMENTO - The Green Party of California warned Gov. Jerry Brown today - minutes before he gives his "State of the State" address - to not go down the same path as ex-Gov. Schwarzenegger by trying to solve California's financial crisis on the backs of workers and the poor.
Jan 31 2011
Will Gov. Jerry Brown - who "said" he wanted ideas - REALLY listen to ideas that could save working families money and help California recover from its financial crisis, asked the Green Party of California Monday night after the governor gave his 14-minute State of the State address.
Jan 10 2011
Gov. Brown missed an "historic opportunity" to fix California when he announced his budget Monday, and continues the trend of balancing the state's finances on the backs of working families through increased "regressive" taxes for vehicles and sales while allowing the wealthiest off the hook, said the Green Party of California.
Jan 4 2011
Gov. Brown's inaugural speech Monday was far off the mark, asking the poorest in state to shoulder more austerity even while the wealthiest in the state get wealthier, charged 2010 Green Party of California gubernatorial candidate Laura Wells.

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