History of the Green Party of California

The Green Party of California (GPCA) was founded on February 4th, 1990 and qualified for statewide ballot status as of December 31st, 1991.

Founding of the Green Party of California. By Mike Feinstein, Santa Monica
Early Years of the California Greens and their national and international Green roots. By Charlene Spretnak, Ojai
• History of the Green Party of California, November 1989 to January 1992. By Steve Saint, San Diego
• GPCA Ballot Status History


• GPCA positions on statewide propositions
• GPCA ballot statements and ballot statements of GPCA statewide candidates
Election results data base, all California (and US) Green candidates, 1986-present
Election totals by year, all California Greens running for office, 1990-present
• GPCA General Assemblies and Gatherings
• GPCA Election Rules (1992-1995)
• GPCA Elections Code (1999-2012)
• GPCA Voter Registration (1986-present)
• GPCA Flickr Photo GalleryPhoto Gallery of state meetings and general Green Party member and activities. By Tian Harter, San Jose
Green Party Archives Project. Hosted at Stanford Universities. By Hank Chapot, Oakland 
• ¡Green Presente! - In Memoriam of California Greens
National Green Publications Coming Out of California
Western and national Green meetings, conferences, conventions and debates held in California
Archived 1998 campaign site: Dan Hamburg for Governor, Sara Amir for Lt. Governor
Archived 2002 campaign site: Peter Camejo for Governor
• Understanding Green Party Statewide Process: Empower YourselfBy Steve Saint. Published by The Consensus Institute (1992)