Friday, June 8, 2012

Green Ballot Access Drives Need Your Help!

The Green Party is fighting to be on the ballot in 44 states for the first time since the year 2000. We've already secured access to ballots in the four largest states - California, Texas, New York and Florida - for the first time in over a decade. Illinois and Pennsylvania are the next two largest and just two of the states where volunteers and funds are urgently needed to get our candidates on the ballot.

The Illinois Green Party is facing a critical deadline in just a few weeks. Click here for more information!

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  1. This article is wrong about California. The Green Party has been on the California ballot continuously starting in 1992. It's also wrong about Florida, where the Green Party has been on continuously since 1999. And the article isn't even correct about New York, where the party was on the ballot statewide in 2002, 2006, 2008, and 2010 (and also on for US Senate in 2004).

    1. I'll have to look into information like that in the future. Oftentimes I'll receive emails like this (either from the Jill Stein Campaign or the Green Party itself) and just copy and paste it over.

      Not the kind of mistake I want to make too many times, for sure.

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