Vote Green and Stop the Machine!

Who should be the Green Party's 2020 Presidential Candidate?  If you're a Green, YOU have a say!

2020 presidential preference vote will be conducted by absentee ballot instead of an in-person State Party Nominating Convention. 

All GPNY Members (enrolled New York State Greens and Supporting Members legally barred from registering to vote) are invited to participate in our presidential preference vote by absentee ballot. Download, print, and mail to the address listed on the absentee ballot linked here. Ballots must be postmarked by May 9th.

Greens will need to provide, with their ballot, information to enable verification of their Green Party enrollment or Supporting Member status. 

There are 3 candidates on the GPNY absentee ballot: Howie Hawkins, Dario Hunter, and David Rolde. GPNY’s State Committee decided in February that the candidates who met the Green Party of the United States criteria for official recognition on April 1, 2020 would be the candidates on the GPNY ballot. These 3 candidates are the only ones to have met that benchmark.

A candidate’s forum between Hawkins, Hunter, and Rolde will be livestreamed prior to May 9th. Stay tuned for a follow-up announcement with the date/time and details on how to watch the livestream. In the meantime, you can find links to candidates websites and questionnaires here and the latest campaign news here.

Please also plan to join us on Saturday, May 16 for our "virtual" State Nominating Convention! The results of the presidential preference absentee ballot vote will be announced. Candidates who have won delegates will be invited to speak. Delegates will then be nominated and elected to attend the Green Party National Convention scheduled to take place July 9-12, in Detroit, Michigan. Stay tuned for agenda details and guest speakers. 

Fill out the RSVP form to attend the May 16 Convention. An RSVP is requested for everyone in order to join the meeting. Only GPNY members (New York State enrolled Greens or Supporting Members legally barred from registering to vote) may vote. The form will help us to verify your enrollment or Supporting Member status and activate you in our database as an eligible voter.  

For further details, go to: www.gpny.org/2020convention.


Starting Monday, March 16, Foodlink will provide grab-and-go breakfast, lunch and dinner meals to school-age children from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m, Monday through Friday, at the following nine R-Centers.

- Adams Street - 85 Adams St.

- Avenue D - 200 Avenue D

- Carter Street - 500 Carter St.

- Tyshaun Cualdwell - 524 Campbell St.

- Frederick Douglass - 999 South Ave.

- Flint Street - 271 Flint St.

- David Gantt - 700 North St.

- Trenton and Pamela Jackson (Clinton- Baden) - 485 N. Clinton Ave.

- Thomas Ryan - 530 Webster Ave.

The following seven schools will also provide serve prepackaged breakfast, lunch and dinner grab-and-meals from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

- East Upper & Lower School - 1801 East Main St.

- Dr. Freddy Thomas Campus - 625 Scio St.

- The former Jefferson High School - 1 Edgerton Park

- James Monroe High School - 164 Alexander Street

- John Williams School No. 5 - 555 Plymouth Ave.

- Wilson Foundation Academy - 200 Genesee St.

- School No. 42 - 3330 Lake Ave.

Families needing assistance regarding food, shelter or non-medical services are asked to call Lifeline at 211.

[Local libraries are now closed, but you can go to their website to check out what online services they are providing.]



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OR, you can come to our next Monthly Meeting on March 12th.  We'll have Voter Registration forms!

 


Green Party 10 Key Values

Grassroots Democracy   •  Social Justice And Equal Opportunity  •  Ecological Wisdom    Non-Violence  •  Decentralization  •  Community-Based Economics  •  Feminism And Gender Equity  •  Respect For Diversity  •   Personal And Global Responsibility  •  Future Focus And Sustainability 

 

 

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