Tag Archives: Arizona Green Party

Green candidate for mayor based in Occupy Tucson tent

(excerpt from) Reuters
Green candidate for mayor based in Occupy Tucson tent

…The Green Party candidate for mayor of Tucson [Mary DeCamp], who is days away from losing her home to foreclosure, is flanked by fellow Occupy Tucson activists as she directs her long shot bid for public office from a borrowed tent in a local park.

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Arizona Greens surpass 5,000 registered voters

Ronald Hardy at Green Party Watch:

The Arizona Green Party has increased Party registration to over 5,000 voters. According to the Arizona Green Party, this is an increase of almost 500 Greens since last August. From the AZGP:

2010 marked the 20 year anniversary of the Arizona Green Party and they look forward to broadening their base by educating voters on their progressive positions on local and national issues.

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Arizona Green Party continues to advocate for non-violence after tragedy in Tucson

From an Arizona Green Party press release, as posted by Ian Wilder at onthewilderside.com

The Arizona Green Party is both saddened and outraged in response to the acts of domestic terrorism that plagued not only the City of Tucson this weekend, but our whole nation. Our hearts go out to Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords as well as all the victims and their families, friends, and communities affected by this senseless tragedy.… Read more ...

Arizona: 4-way U.S. Senate candidates’ debate set for Sept. 26

Posted at Libertarian Party blog by David Nolan:

KTVK-3TV in Phoenix has scheduled a debate that will include all four of Arizona’s ballot-qualified U.S. Senate candidates: John McCain, Rodney Glassman, (Green -p) Jerry Joslyn and myself. It will run without commercial interruption from 6pm to 7pm on Sunday, Sept. 26. This is most likely the only debate that McCain will agree to participate in.… Read more ...

Arizona Republicans Allegedly Sought to Hijack Green Party Primary

BAN via TPID:

This year, the ballot-qualified Arizona Green Party, which is required under state law to nominate by primary, has in influx of candidates who are apparently not bona fide Greens, and who have refused to meet with Green Party activists and leaders. There is evidence that political consultants who are associated with Republicans recruited these candidates.… Read more ...

Libertarian David Nolan, Green Jerry Joslyn interviewed about U.S. Senate bid in Arizona

Posted by David Nolan at LP blog:


Nolan interviewed about U.S. Senate bid

On Thursday, July 22 I was interviewed, along with the Green candidate for U.S. Senate (Jerry Joslyn -p), by Bill Buckmaster at KUAT-TV in Tucson. The interview is approximately 20 minutes long, and I thought it went well.… Read more ...

Arizona Green Party on immigration: ‘The signing of Senate Bill 1070 has created an apartheid state’

From the Arizona Green Party website:

The Green Party-US stands firmly for social justice for all those living in this country, regardless of their immigration status. Above all, policy and law must be humane. Anything less would be inconsistent with our Green Values, and with our nation’s values. The Green Party must consider immigration issues from an international viewpoint, taking into account international labor and environmental standards, and human rights.… Read more ...

Arizona Green Party Wins Injunctive Relief on Both Issues, Residency of Circulators and More Time to Finish Petition

Ballot Access News:

On January 15, U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton granted injunctive relief to the Arizona Green Party on two issues. The order permits the party to use out-of-state circulators for its petition to get itself on the ballot. Also, the order extends the deadline from February 25 to March 11.… Read more ...

Arizona Green Party ballot access lawsuit gets publicity (some incorrect)

from Ballot Access News
Arizona Green Party Ballot Access Lawsuit Gets Publicity

On December 25, Arizona newspapers ran stories on the Arizona Green Party’s ballot access lawsuit. For example, see this story.

The lawsuit was filed in federal court on November 18, 2009, and is called Arizona Green Party v Barnett.

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