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Green Party: WE need YOU to run for office in Texas!

The Green Party of Texas (GPTX) is now recruiting Green candidates for the 2020 general election ballot. For detailed information on running as a Green, please review our candidate FAQ.

Local Green groups must operate precinct nominating conventions on March 10, and these events must be posted with GPTX and your county clerk by February, so please register your county’s consolidated precinct nominating conventions with GPTX by emailing

GPTX is committed to maintaining a ballot line to advocate for the people’s issues as articulated in our platform. For this reason, GPTX has joined with other parties, candidates, and voters in filing a lawsuit to challenge Texas’ unconstitutionally burdensome ballot access requirements.

The complaint, filed July 11th in federal district court, challenges newly imposed filing fees for minor party candidates in addition to the overall statutory ballot access requirements for independent and minor party candidates. The suit seeks to enjoin the state from enforcing the challenged statutory provisions, but of course we must plan to operate under the current law.

Donate to the Green Party of Texas now to help us continue party operations. We are currently in need of funds to prepare for our convention process.

Thank you for investing your support in the Green Party of Texas!

In Solidarity,
GPTX State Executive Committee

Green Party of Texas

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David Doonan

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  1. SocraticGadfly SocraticGadfly October 28, 2019

    David Bruce Collins has already announced he’s eyeballing a Senate run and I would strongly support him.

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