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Green Party of the United States
http://www.gp.org

For Immediate Release:
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
This release is online at http://www.gp.org/newsroom/press-releases/details/4/746

Contacts:
Scott McLarty, Media Coordinator, 202-904-7614mclarty@greens.org
Starlene Rankin, Media Coordinator, 916-995-3805starlene@gp.org

The Green Party will air an Election Night Live Open House on Livestream, 8 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Nov. 4

• Featured: candidates, officeholders, election reports, chat room for viewer discussion, with guest 2012 Green presidential candidate Jill Stein

• GP-TV: Green Party Livestream Channel http://www.livestream.com/greenpartyus

• Facebook page for the show https://www.facebook.com/events/338587362989461/

• Green candidates running in 2014 http://gp.org/elections/candidates/index.php

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Green Party of the United States will air an “Election Night Livestream Show” on Tuesday, November 4 at 8 p.m. ET5 p.m. PT.

The show will be broadcast on GP-TV, the Green Party’s Livestream channel (http://www.livestream.com/greenpartyus) and will feature live election reports and interviews with Green candidates, officeholders, and party leaders from across the U.S.

Dr. Jill Stein, the Green Party’s 2012 nominee for president, will be a guest on the show.

The show will also host a “Meetup” in the chat room next to the video feed for viewers to participate in a discussion of Election Day news and offer questions for the show’s guests. Viewers are encouraged to set up their own Livestream account, but an account isn’t necessary to watch the show or join the chat room.

Craig Seeman (New York, N.Y.) and Starlene Rankin (Portland, Oregon) will produce the show. Scott McLarty (Washington, D.C.) will host.

MORE INFORMATION

Green Party of the United States http://www.gp.org
202-319-7191
• Green candidate database and campaign information: http://www.gp.org/elections.shtml
• News Center http://www.gp.org/newscenter.shtml
• Speakers Bureau http://www.gp.org/speakers
• Ballot Access Page http://www.gp.org/2012/ballot-access.html
• Video Page http://www.gp.org/video/index.php
• Green Papers http://www.greenpapers.net/
• Discussion Forum https://secure.gpus.org/secure/GreenPartyForum
• Google+ http://www.gp.org/google
• Twitter http://twitter.com/GreenPartyUS
• Livestream Channel http://www.livestream.com/greenpartyus
• Facebook page http://www.gp.org/facebook

Green Pages: The official publication of record of the Green Party of the United States
http://gp.org/greenpages-blog

Green Shadow Cabinet http://greenshadowcabinet.us

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From Laura Wells,

October 28, 2014 “Always vote. It’s the least you can do. Just don’t make it the only thing you do.”That’s a quote from the mother of a young activist, and it’s one of my favorite quotes about voting.

This VOTER GUIDE email has three parts, with links for more information.

PART 1: “Why is Jerry Brown the worst governor in the country?” That is the front page article of my website LauraWells.org. I do hope you are able to take the 5 minutes needed to read it. Whether you agree or disagree — I would love to read your comments. This piece helps explain my reasons for the first Voter Guide recommendation, in PART 3 below.

PART 2:  See No Corporate Money Campaign’s “interim website” for a list of no-corporate-money candidates in the November 4 election, and a list of existing NCM elected officials.

PART 3: Voting recommendations for you to consider.

A. Boycott the state races! Because of California’s Top Two primary, all no-corporate-money candidates are off the ballot, and the issues we brought up — such as healthcare for all, real justice for all, taxing the super-rich, creating our own State Bank — are also off the table. The only choices on the ballot are incumbents or other corporate-funded candidates from corporate-funded political parties. (Need more information? See the “worst governor” piece.)

B. How to vote using IRV – Ranked Choice Voting. In cities such as San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, and San Leandro, you can use ranked choice voting for the local offices. Voters have been deliberately conditioned to think they should only vote for candidates considered “likely to win.” Note that the military-industrial-MEDIA-complex makes sure we know who those candidates are!

The recommended way to use IRV is to mark as #3 your preferred “most likely” candidate, and mark as #1 and #2 those whose values and positions you like the most, regardless of whether or not you think they can win. Stand with your values! If your favorite two do not win, your #3 choice will get your vote, just as strongly as if you placed them higher.

C. The Green Party of Alameda County Voter Guide. The Voter Guide has been published and well-respected for years. Here are some handy links, and the summary “Voter Card” is copied below.

VOTER GUIDE WEBSITE
(with many click-able candidate websites)
http://acgreens.wordpress.com/voter-guides/

VOTER GUIDE PDF
https://acgreens.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/gpac-vg-11-14v4.pdf

You are invited!

Ellen Brown and I are scheduled to speak at events in Seaside, Richmond, Sacramento, Oakland and San Francisco between Thursday, May 22 and Monday, May 26. Hope to see you at one or more. Ellen Brown is the Green no-corporate-money candidate for California Treasurer on June 3, 2014, and is the author of Web of Debt and The Public Bank Solution, from Austerity to Prosperity. Ellen has a wealth of information about Public Banking (and lots of other things) and she’s fun to be around!

May 22, Thursday, 7:00 pm — Seaside, CA — Candidates for State Office, presenting Cindy Sheehan for Governor, Ellen Brown for Treasurer, and Laura Wells for Controller. LOCATION: Monterey College of Law, 100 Col. Durham St., Seaside, CA, in Monterey County.

May 23, Friday, 7:00 – 9:00 pm — Richmond, CA — Green Party Candidates Night, presenting Ellen Brown for Treasurer and Laura Wells for Controller. Richmond is the biggest city in the country with a Green Party mayor. Gayle McLaughlin and her no-corporate-money colleagues stand up to Chevron and Wall Street banks. LOCATION: 1021 McDonald Ave, Richmond, CA.

May 24, Saturday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm — Sacramento, CA — March Against Monsanto, march and rally. Speakers include Luis Rodriguez for Governor, Ellen Brown for Treasurer, and Laura Wells for Controller. Speakers, entertainment, Green Party table and more. LOCATION of rally: North Steps of the California State Capitol, Sacramento, CA.

May 25Sunday, 6:00 – 8:00 pm — Oakland, CA — Meet-and-Greet — Laura Wells for Controller will present Ellen Brown for Treasurer, plus other candidates and officials who will be in attendance. Light snacks and light (optional) fundraising. LOCATION: RSVP to laurawells2014@gmail.com for address.

May 26Monday, 6:00 – 9:00 pm — San Francisco, CA — SF Occupy Forum, “There Are Solutions: Hear from 5 Green Party Candidates for June 3rd Election,” presenting Luis Rodriguez for Governor, Jena Goodman for Lt. Governor, Laura Wells for Controller, Ellen Brown for Treasurer, and Barry Hermanson, SF/District 12 candidate for US Congress. LOCATION: 215 Golden Gate between Hyde & Leavenworth, San Francisco.

Read recent press releases on the GPUS website:

 

This RSS Feed is no longer working and I am trying to figure it out.  In the meantime, use the above link.

Green Party RSS Feed

2014-04-22, 21:28h
Green Party Calls for New York to Go Carbon Free by 2030 
The Green Party of New York State joined today with other environmental, social and economic justice activists to demand action on climate change by government at all levels.
Green Party: Stop the deportations, enact legal protections for undocumented immigrants 
Candidates and leaders of the Green Party of the United States expressed support for the ongoing protests against deportations and confirmed the party’s demand for protected legal status for undocumented immigrants currently in the U.S.
Ohio Green Party affirms commitment to clean energy standards by opposing SB310 
The Republican State Senate leadership in Ohio have introduced legislation (SB310) that would abolish existing standards in energy efficiency and renewable energy benchmarks, in place since 2008.
Green-Rainbow Candidates To Refuse Lobbyist Money 
On Sunday, April 6, the Green-Rainbow Party adopted new campaign finance guidelines that ask its candidates to refuse money from registered lobbyists or from officers of for-profit corporations that employ registered lobbyists.
RSS box by p3k.org.

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State Party News

 

Green Party endorses 2014 statewide Green candidates

Monday, December 23, 2013

NEWS ADVISORY
GREEN PARTY OF CALIFORNIA

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Monday, December 23, 2013

The Green Party of California Announces Its Statewide Endorsements for June 2014

LOS ANGELES, CA — On the heels of a record number of California Greens elected in an odd-numbered year (20), the Green Party of California (GPCA) announces its official endorsements for the June 2014 primary: Luis Rodriguez, Governor; Laura Wells, Controller; Ellen Brown, Treasurer; and David Curtis, Secretary of State.

In 2012, the L.A. Weekly named Luis Rodriguez one of the 60 most fascinating people in Los Angeles, citing his history of art, activism and ‘fighting his way through the mean streets of East L.A.”

“This campaign is an imaginal poetic journey,” said Rodriguez in a speech to the GPCA’s recent state meeting in Santa Rosa. “But we also aim to win.”

“Winning is addressing poverty, justice and the environment,” Rodriguez told GPCA delegates. “Solutions come from aligning resources to meet human needs, by providing livable and meaningful work or income, healthy and clean communities and free quality health care for all. We must also address the massive inequities of the criminal justice system, and ensure arts, culture and expression outlets in every neighborhood.”

Also solution-oriented, Laura Wells and Ellen Brown advocate “banking in the public interest”, to address the state’s ongoing fiscal crisis and infrastructure funding shortfalls, by establishing a publicly-owned state bank for California.

“Our legislators pride themselves on balancing the budget, but they’ve done it on the backs of the poor; by robbing Peter to pay Paul; and by shoving a wall of debt into the future,” says Brown, the GPCA’s candidate for Treasurer.

“There is another way to fund the state budget besides cutting services, raising taxes and selling off assets. That’s through a publicly-owned state bank that generates new revenues for states, lowers debt costs for local governments and public infrastructure, and creates new jobs and spurs economic growth.”

Wells adds, “”As a State Controller who takes no corporate money, I will stand up to the Wall Street banks with the intention of replacing them with a State Bank for California, a bank that will partner with local banks and credit unions, and provide good loans to homeowners, students, and small businesses. We will keep the interest low, and keep it here to invest in California, not Wall Street.””

In a crowded field for Secretary of State, David Curtis is the lone voice highlighting the negative effects of the new top two primary system upon democracy.  “Fair elections are when voters can vote for and elect someone who represents their views. The Top Two primary takes us in the opposite direction, by reducing voter choice and political voice, while increasing the cost of elections. The Top Two should be overturned and replaced with a system of proportional representation within multi-seat districts, so that California’s great diversity can have a real voice in the decisions that affect them.”

Under the new Top Two system, Green candidates must each submit at least 10,000 nomination petition signatures from registered California voters to appear on the June 2014 statewide ballot. Previously the total was only 150. The GPCA will launch its signature drive upon the opening of the filing period on Friday, December 27, and provide a link on its state website where anyone can download and print the petitions and gather signatures (www.cagreens.org/elections/2014).

“Despite the unnecessary obstacles to democracy created by the Top Two system, we believe voters definitely want to see a Green alternative on the 2014 ballot,” adds GPCA spokesperson Michael Feinstein. “The Green Party rejects the austerity approach in fashion in Sacramento and Washington. Another California and another United States is possible, and our endorsed candidates will carry forth that message in 2014.

 

Election Report 2013: Record number of California Greens elected in an odd-numbered year

by Mike Feinstein, November 6, 2013

Sean Reagan, elected to Norwalk - La Mirada School Board

Sean Reagan, elected to Norwalk – La Mirada School Board

Sixteen California Greens were elected to local government on November 5th, bringing to 18 elected overall in 2013, an all-time high for the party in an odd-numbered year – and bringing to 54 the number of California Greens currently holding public office statewide.

Led by Fairfax Town Councilmembers Renee Goddard and John Reed – who make up 2/3 of the Green Town Council majority there – nine of ten Green incumbents were re-elected, as well as 64% of all Greens who ran on November 5th (16/25) and in 2013 overall (18/28).

Among Greens elected for the first time, Sean Reagan won the most competitive race, elected Governing Boardmember to the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District in Los Angeles County, finishing 3rd/7 for four seats in a race that included four incumbents.

Among the 16 Greens elected on November 5th, two were elected to Town Councils and seven to School Boards. The most Greens elected from a single county came from Humboldt County (eight) and Marin County (four). The previous high number of California Greens elected in an odd-numbered year (where there are fewer elections than in even-numbered years) was 11 in both 2001 and 2003.

A list of all California Greens elected on November 5th follows below, with links to official election results for all 25 California Greens who ran at this link:

http://www.cagreens.org/elections/fall-2013

Renee Goddard, Town Council, Fairfax (Marin County) incumbent
John Reed, Town Council, Fairfax (Marin County) incumbent
Sean Reagan, Governing Boardmember, Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District, Norwalk (Los Angeles County)
Curtis Robinson, Board of Trustees, Trustee Area 6, Board of Education (Marin County) incumbent
Christopher Sabec, Governing Boardmember, Lagunitas School District (Marin County) incumbent
Brigitte Kubacki, Governing Boardmember, Green Point School, Blue Lake (Humboldt County)
Katherine Salinas, Governing Boardmember, Arcata School District, Arcata (Humboldt County) incumbent
Jeffrey Dean Schwartz, Governing Boardmember, Arcata School District, Arcata (Humboldt County) incumbent
Rama Zarcufsky, Governing Boardmember, Maple Creek School District (Humboldt County)
James Harvey, Board of Directors, Water and Sanitary District, Montara (San Mateo County) incumbent
Illijana Asara, Board of Directors, Community Service District, Big Lagoon (Humboldt County)
John Duffy Griffin, Board of Directors, Community Service District, Briceland (Humboldt County)
George A. Wheeler, Board of Directors, Community Service District, McKinleyville (Humboldt County)
Joseph Gauder, Board of Directors Community Services District, Covelo (Mendocino County) incumbent
William Lemos, Board of Directors, Fire Protection District, Mendocino (Mendocino County) incumbent
Russell Pace, Board of Directors, Willow Creek Fire District (Humboldt County)

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Bay Area News

Vallejoan opens campaign for lieutenant governor

By Sarah Rohrs/Times-Herald staff writer
Posted: 03/28/2014 12:59:59 AM PDT

http://www.timesheraldonline.com/news/ci_25438281/vallejoan-opens-campaign-lieutenant-governor

Vowing to represent those without representation in Sacramento, Vallejo native Jena Goodman kicked off her campaign for lieutenant governor on the steps of City Hall Thursday.

Amid a crowd of nearly a dozen supporters, Goodman, 28, outlined her platform for her run for office on the Green Party ticket. Her name will appear on the June primary ballot.

She is running against Democratic incumbent Gavin Newsom, Republican challengers Ron Nehring and John Estrada and Independent Howard Leonhardt.

Only the top two vote-getters in the June primary advance to the November election.

Goodman is a University of California at Davis student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Biological Anthropology and Ecology. She graduated last year from Napa Valley College with associate degrees in arts and humanities, and natural sciences.

Acknowledging she faces an uphill battle against Newsom and Nehring, Goodman said she is running a grassroots campaign which will center mainly on California college campuses. She also said she is getting a lot of support from the Green Party.

Joining her on the Vallejo City Hall steps were her campaign committee members, including former Napa Valley College student trustee Ruscal Cayangyang of Vallejo, and current college student trustee Alex Shantz of Napa.

Goodman’s platform includes restoring free classes at California’s community colleges and universities, promoting a green economy, restoring the Delta and pushing for better environmental controls. She also supports a higher minimum wage and vowed to support small businesses.

“I will be representing those who are not being heard at the state capitol,” she said.

Goodman has never held political office except as president to the Associated Students of Napa Valley College in 2012-2013. She is also former chair of the Solano County Green Party.

In addition, she is a student liaison to the student representative who serves on the University of California Board of Regents. At age 28, she is the youngest candidate and the only woman on the ballot for lieutenant governor.

She said her light class schedule this year gave her enough time and opportunity to pursue higher office, and added she wants to inspire other young people to succeed and pursue their dreams.

“I’m hoping to set an example for my generation,” she said. “We need to reinvigorate the youth.”

A 2003 Hogan High School graduate, Goodman attended Beverly Hills Elementary and Vallejo Middle School before enrolling at Napa Valley College.

Both she and Shantz said the Green Party is founded on the pillars of social justice and non-violence. It does not take any corporate sponsorships or donations.

If elected, Goodman would serve on the University of California Board of Regents, California State University Board of Trustees, and on the Commission for Economic Development.

She said she chose to pursue the lieutenant governor position because she wants to be involved in shaping and influencing public policy.

Contact staff writer Sarah Rohrs at srohrs@timesheraldonline.com or (707) 553-6832. Follow her on Twitter @SarahVTH.

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Green Party choices

Published By Times Herald
Posted: 09/23/2013

The Solano County Green Party is announcing its support for the following candidates for Vallejo City Council:

* Katy Miessner. Katy has been active in a number of grassroots campaigns and has been a very positive member of the community. Her experience in the Orderly Growth movement, the Sierra Club and the Mira Theater has been a boon to Vallejo residents. Katy will bring a wealth of experience while also working to keep the shining light of scrutiny on the council’s actions.

* Liat Meitzenheimer. Liat is a long time GVRD board member and has worked both for the parks and for open space in general. She also has experience on the city human rights committee. Liat will be an important asset for the Council and will also be a prudent financial supervisor with her background with GVRD.

* Joanne Schivley. Joanne has come to the Council before with her fiscal prudence and her responsible attitude for the overall economic health of the city. It will be in Vallejo’s best interest to bring the financial acumen that Joanne possesses back to the Council that is still trying to balance its books after bankruptcy.

These candidates will bring a sustainable city government for many years after the spendthrift ways of prior councils. With their votes, Vallejo stands the best chance of financial recovery and fiscal prudence. Without their guidance, the city will be left with a revolving door of city managers and fiscally impropriety that we all have seen with regret.

Joseph P. Feller

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Student leaders reactivate Solano County Green Party

Monday, April 1, 2013
Photo by Ruscal Cayangyang, with Jena Goodman
VALLEJO — Several Napa Valley College student leaders have reactivated the Solano County Green Party. Vallejo residents Jena Goodman, president of the Associated Students of Napa Valley College (ASNVC); Ruscal Cayangyang, NVC Board of Trustees member; and Antonio Padilla, ASNVC senator of business, held a general meeting on March 6 to officially reactivate the party.

The meeting, which was open to all registered Solano Greens, took place in a downtown Vallejo. The Green Party is a non-corporate political party. Its platform is firmly based upon the values of grassroots democracy, social justice, ecology and non-violence. Many people, especially students, are starting to believe their interests are not being represented in American democracy.

“As a political science student and a citizen of Solano County, I felt it was important to join the Green Party and I’m excited that it is being reactivated,” Padilla said. “I feel that the Green Party is the only political party right now that has the right ideas and is untainted by corporations and interest groups.”

Many of these NVC student leaders joined the Green Party because of activities organized by Campus Greens, an NVC student club that promotes the values of the Green Party. Campus Greens brought Green Party presidential candidate, Jill Stein to the college to speak during the 2012 election and the club was also involved with the Proposition 37 GMO labeling campaign. It also held a film screening about Vallejo resident Guy Jarreau, 34, who was shot and killed by Vallejo Police officers in December 2010 while filming a music video outside of a tattoo shop with a group of teens.

Goodman believes the Solano County Green Party has the ability to take action on global issues on a local level. “People tired of the two party system,” Goodman said. “Fewer people are voting and more people are registering ‘decline to state’. This is evidence that people are ready for an independent political party like the Green Party.”

Posted by Northbay Uprising Radio at 10:17 PM

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Napa Valley College students revive county’s Green Party

Posted:   04/05/2013 01:03:17 AM PDT

After a year or more lapse, the Solano County Green Party is back, and seeking new members, organizers said.

Napa Valley College student Jena Goodman, a Vallejo resident, said the campus has an active Green Party chapter and members decided to branch off and reinvigorate the Solano County chapter.

“Our goal is to get Green Party officials on a local level into local officials, such as the City Council, and we are also very much in favor of local businesses,” said Goodman, who added the Solano Green Party has been inactive for at least a year or so.

A handful of Napa College students who live in Vallejo held their first general meeting on March 6 in downtown Vallejo. Those included Ruscal Cayangyang and Antonio Padilla, plus Goodman.

The Green Party is a non-corporate political party with a platform of grassroots democracy, social justice, ecology and non-violence.

Goodman said the immediate goal is to find people to serve on a council and then build membership and work on local issues.

The group planned to hold another meeting Wednesday, with another in May.

The next meeting takes place 7 p.m. May 1, at 617 Marin St. with later meetings on the first Wednesdays of each month.

“As a political science student and a citizen of Solano County, I felt it was important to join the Green Party and I’m excited that it is being reactivated,” Padilla said in a written announcement.

Many of these NVC student leaders joined the Green Party because of activities organized by Campus Greens, an NVC student club.

Campus Greens has been active in the last few years. Members brought Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein to the college to speak during the 2012 election and the club was also involved with the Proposition 37 GMO labeling campaign.

The club also held a film screening about Vallejo resident Guy Jarreau, 34, who was shot and killed by Vallejo police officers in December 2010 in downtown Vallejo.

Anyone interested in joining the Solano County Green Party or who has questions can contact Jena Goodman by e-mail, goodman.jena@gmail.com.

Contact staff writer Sarah Rohrs at srohrs@timesheraldonline.com or (707) 553-6832. Follow her on Twitter @SarahVTH.

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Area students revive county Green Party

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By Donna Beth Weilenman
Staff Reporter

Spurred by a Napa Valley College campus organization, some local students have decided to revive the Solano County Green Party.

“The Green Party is a non-corporate political party,” said Jena Goodman, a Vallejo resident who is president of the Associated Students of Napa Valley College. “Its platform is firmly based on the values of grassroots democracy, social justice, ecology and nonviolence.”

Some of the college’s students have participated in activities organized by Campus Greens, a student club that promotes Green Party values, Goodman said.

The organization brought Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein to speak at the campus during the 2012 race, and members campaigned in favor of Proposition 37, a defeated measure that would have required specific labels for certain genetically modified foods.

Campus Greens also slated a documentary film screening Nov. 14, 2012, about Guy Jarreau. Jarreau, 34, of Vallejo, was shot and killed by Vallejo police outside a tattoo shop in 2010 during a music video shoot involving a group of teenagers who later described their project as being an anti-crime music video.

Jarreau moved to California after Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans, La., his native city, in 2005. He was a Napa Valley College psychology student who was active in the Black Student Union and the Umoja program that provides support to African-Amercan students attending the college.

Police said they were responding to reports that an armed man was confronting a group of teenagers. They said the man initially ran from police, then turned around while holding the weapon, prompting officers to fire.

Vallejo police released an audiotape of the 9-1-1 call in which a man said 15 men were in front of a tattoo shop at 2118 Sonoma Blvd., Vallejo. The caller said the youths were videotaping, and that the oldest member of the group had displayed a revolver before putting it in his jeans pocket.

The shooting sparked protests and a series of vigils, though Solano County District Attorney Don du Bain’s office determined the officer’s actions were “lawful.” The documentary was made by Josh Hendry, described as one of Jarreau’s close friends.

Goodman said the Green Party is attracting the attention of students and those outside the college system who “are starting to believe their interests are not being represented in American democracy.”

The Green Party of California was organized Feb. 4, 1990, and began fielding candidates about a year later. Solano County’s party was noted for its “intelligent” stands on a variety of issues by 2004 observers, but in later years membership drifted to Yolo County in later years.

Goodman said she believes the Solano County Green Party can tackle national and global issues on a local level.

“People are tired of the two-party system,” she said. “Fewer people are voting and more people are registering ‘decline to state.’ This is evidence that people are ready for an independent political party like the Green Party.”

One of those is Antonio Padilla, a senator of business in the Associated Students of Napa Valley College, who joined Goodman and NVC Trustee Ruscal Cayangyang in spearheading the party’s reactivation at a March 6 meeting at 617 Marin St.,Vallejo.

“I feel that the Green Party is the only political party right now that has the right ideas and is untainted by corporations and interest groups,” Padilla said. “As … a citizen of Solano County, I felt it was important to join the Green Party, and I’m excited that it is being reactivated.”

The party’s website is www.cagreens.org/solano, where those interested may enroll in a party email discussion list.

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