The Green Party of Connecticut

A unity of local Green Party chapters, the CTGP is committed to grassroots democracy, social justice, non-violence and ecological wisdom. These are the Four Pillars of all Green parties worldwide and are the first four principles of the Ten Key Values of the Green Party.

Join us as we build a grassroots effort to take back our government from corporate power brokers. We do not accept contributions from corporate PACs so we need your donations of time and money.

Howie Hawkins Wins Green Party Nomination

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Howie Hawkins Wins Green Party Nomination, Angela Walker His Running Mate

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State Committee Meeting

• Wednesday, July 22, 6:45 PM

(online)

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Tom McCormick for Congress, 1st District

mccormickTom McCormick is the 2020 Green candidate for Congress in the 1st District (Greater Hartford area).

Tom McCormick for Congress

approved by Tom McCormick

Cassandra Martineau for Congress, 2nd District

martineauCassandra Martineau is the 2020 Green candidate for Congress in the 2nd District (Eastern CT).

Cassandra Martineau for Congress

approved by Cassandra Martineau

Justin Paglino for Congress, 3rd District

paglinoJustin Paglino is the 2020 Green candidate for Congress in the 3rd District (Greater New Haven area). If you live in the 3rd District, pleas sign the petition to get Justin on the ballot!

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approved by Justin Paglino

Saturday, May 16, 2020, ca. 12 – 3 PM
(online)

Annual meeting and election of officers for the Green Party of CT (see candidate statements). 

Casting and counting of ballots by Ranked Choice Voting /Single Transferable Vote. 

Nomination of candidates for November General Election (Congress, CT Legislature, Registrar of Voters)

Proposed agenda: 

12:00Welcome, navigating Zoom, and agenda review

12:20Nominating Meeting for 2020 Green candidates

12:40: Present and vote on slate of GPCT officers

1:00: Keynote: Lisa Savage, Green for US Senate, Maine

1:30Breakout sessions: Taking action in these troubled times

  1.  Medicare for All, single-payer universal healthcare for US
    Presented by members of Medicare for All CT
  2.  Community Choice Aggregation for clean energy
    Peter Millman, PACE and Eastern CT Green Action
  3. Veganism and Animal Rights
    Mary Lawrence, vegan chef and wellness educator
  4. Greenbacks to counter Wall Street and the Fed: Bringing new money to the states and localities
    Eugene Woloszyn, Banking & Monetary Reform Committee
  5. Food Justice 101: Creating a more equitable food system
    Julie Garay and Chloe Murphy, FRESH–New London

2:15: Discussion about Green Party Presidential primary voting

2:45: Set SCC meeting schedule through Fall 2020

Preregistration is required for the Annual Meeting so that we can assure that participants are assigned to their preferred breakout sessions. Register today!


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