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California Green Party opposes all ballot propositions

A set of proposals will be voted on soon in California. The propositions will be decided in a May 19th ballot, and the Green Party in California is panning them all. reports that the California Nurses Association, which supported Ralph Nader in his Green Party backed 2000 run, has also voted to recommend against voters passing the proposals.

From the article:

The Green Party of California today – after polling its members and county councils statewide for the past month – strongly urged state voters to vote “no” on all propositions on the May 19 special ballot, calling the plan a “rotten deal.”

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Gregg Jocoy

I'm gonna be 51 in August. Married for 28 years. Two wonderful daughters, two wonderful grand daughters. Microbusiness owner, committed Green, and eternal optimist.


  1. libertariangirl libertariangirl May 12, 2009

    is it me or had comments fallen off greatly w/o paulie? and i miss his cat in a tinfoil hat pics for everytime someone said some crazy shit like above 🙁 and i miss his video posts , but most of all i miss him because im starting to get the feeling its really not the same w/o him.

  2. gravel kucinich paul nader gravel kucinich paul nader May 12, 2009

    Please be frosty.

    911 & the anthrax cover-ups
    the “federal” reserve bankers
    aipac extortion blackmail bribery

    Non random

  3. Michael Seebeck Michael Seebeck May 11, 2009

    Actually, I was responding to #9. 🙂

  4. Michael Seebeck Michael Seebeck May 10, 2009

    TPR, that’s in signature gathering at the moment for the November ballot.

  5. nader paul kucinich gravel nader paul kucinich gravel May 10, 2009


  6. Third Party Revolution Third Party Revolution May 10, 2009

    In my opinion, I am kind of surprised not to see a Repeal Prop 8 initiative on the ballot.

  7. Michael Seebeck Michael Seebeck May 9, 2009

    The LPCA endorsed 1F without debate on the recommendation of the Legislative Analysis Committee, but frankly, 1F doesn’t do much beyond symbolism anyway. The fiscal impact is minute.

  8. I don’t live in California, but I would vote no on all the propositions.

  9. Gene Trosper Gene Trosper May 8, 2009

    I am voting NO on each and every ballot proposition.

  10. Ayn R. Key Ayn R. Key May 8, 2009

    1F seems to be the point of disagreement. Some say “it is the only good one so lets vote for it.” Others say “repudiate the whole mess they put on the ballot.”

    Not counting 1F this means the Greens, the Libertarians, and the Republicans are in agreement.

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