Montana Green Party holds first statewide convention in 10 years

From The Missoulian:

The Montana Green Party held its first statewide convention in 10 years Saturday at the University of Montana’s Payne Family Native American Center, where party supporters appointed committee members, elected a candidate for the upcoming special election and heard from Green Party 2016 presidential nominee Jill Stein via Skype.

The all-day convention included an informational workshop on petitioning, speeches from local organizations and free breakfast and lunch, complete with gluten-free and vegetarian options. The event was part of a larger effort on the Green Party’s behalf to work locally, according to party organizer Dani Breck.

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