Vote Green and Stop the Machine!

Thursday, July 24th, 2019
Flying Squirrel Community Space
285 Clarissa Street
Rochester, NY

Bring a friend!

Shift Change website

If ever you had the inkling to run for office yourself, 2019 is the time.  There are off-year elections taking place, most are local - the perfect opportunity to give it a try.  Running for office isn't just about getting into politics, it can be a very effective form of activism.  When you're on the ballot you get to speak truth to power on issues you choose.  We'd be more than happy to talk to you about it - even if you're just in the consideration stage.  Here are a list of the races that are up for 2019:

County Executive

District Attorney

All County Legislature Districts

City Court Judge

City Council – East

City Council – Northeast

City Council – Northwest

City Council – South

City School Board (4)

Brighton Town Offices

Chili Town Offices

Clarkson Town Offices

East Rochester Town/Village Offices

Gates Town Offices

Greece Town Offices

Hamlin Town Offices

Irondequoit Town Offices

Mendon Town Offices

Ogden Town Offices

Parma Town Offices

Penfield Town Offices

Perinton Town Offices

Pittsford Town Offices

Riga Town Offices

Rush Town Offices

Sweden Town Offices

Webster Town Offices

Wheatland Town Offices

Fairport Village Offices

These are just for November 2019.  This doesn't include village and suburban school board races in the spring. 

Contact us at the link at the top of the page or calling (585) 454-8474.

Didn't get to come to the June Monthly meeting with David Sperber of Jewish Voice for Peace?  Well watch the gently edited video here.

If you missed our monthly meeting on March 8th, Elizabeth Henderson's & Tonya Noel's talk on Food Justice was incredible.  The video of that conversation is below.  From that, we constructed a platform plank that you can see here.

As promised, from our monthly meeting on February 8th, a team of Greens and Green-minded people developed GPOMC's platform plank on Police Accountability.  Here's video from the February 8th monthly meeting.  Members of the Police Accountability Board Alliance discuss where we are in terms of Rochester getting a REAL PAB.

If you weren't able to make it to the January 11th meeting, Rohith Palli & Alice Carli from Campaign for New York Health were our guest speakers.  They went through just how we can get single payer health care in New York State.  It's closer than you think.  Take a look at their presentation from that meeting.

Did you miss our monthly meeting in December?  Here's video of the conversation we had on our community's overdose pandemic. 


Jill SteinOscar Wilde said that the only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about. Does that apply to Jill Stein, the oft talked about leader of the Green Party? Find out here!




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That's OK.  Bernie's isn't a Democrat either.  You can switch back to the party where you belong by downloading and mailing in t
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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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