Tag Archives: Green-Rainbow Party of Massachusetts

Stein kicks off Young Greens Rising campaign

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein kicked off Young Greens Rising, the youth wing of her campaign, Tuesday evening with a livestreamed question-and-answer session.

Green-Rainbow Party of Massachusetts Communications Director Katelyn Betrovski hosted the 49-minute session, asking Stein questions submitted online. The full event can be viewed above.… Read more ...

Green Party Activist Interviews Eyewitnesses to Boston Marathon Bombings

From gp.org

After the two bomb explosions yesterday at the Boston Marathon, Green-Rainbow Party activist Joan Livingston interviewed activists, Carlos and Melida Arredondo, who were in the VIP seating section at Copley Square when the surprise explosions occurred. A certified Red Cross worker, Carlos explains his efforts to help the first people injured in the blasts and the nature of their injuries.

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Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party state convention Sun 11/14

Via Green Party Watch:

From the Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party:

Event Date:
Sunday, November 14, 2010 – 9:00am – 6:00pm

No matter what your current party affiliation — and especially if you aren’t enrolled in any party — we’d like to invite you to our annual State Convention to hear us out, and to find out if the party behind the candidates you support this fall could be your home.… Read more ...

Jill Stein, Tim Cahill take part in 4-way Massachusetts Gubernatorial debate

Dave Schwab at Green Party Watch:

Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party gubernatorial candidate Jill Stein took part in a debate with Democratic incumbent Deval Patrick, Republican Charlie Baker, and Democrat-turned-independent Tim Cahill on Monday, October 25th. Here is footage of the debate from Boston TV station WGBH:

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New Polls for Cahill, Stein in MA Gubernatorial Race

From AOL’s Politics Daily:

A Boston Globe poll conducted Sept. 17-22 has Patrick in a statistical tie with Baker, leading him by 35 percent to 34 percent with Democrat-turned-independent Tim Cahill at 11 percent, Green Party candidate Jill Stein at 4 percent and 14 percent undecided. The margin of error is 3 points.

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