Tag Archives: Green Party of Maryland

Libertarian and Green Parties of Maryland Issue Joint Press Release on Coronavirus’ Effect on Petitioning

The Libertarian and Green parties of Maryland issued the following statement regarding the difficulty of petitioning for ballot access during the Coronavirus pandemic.  Thanks to Ballot Access News for providing the link.

The Maryland Libertarian and Green Parties are calling on the General Assembly, Governor, and Board of Elections to place them on the ballot for the November general election, due to the COVID-19 outbreak.… Read more ...

Maryland Green U.S. Senate candidate Margaret Flowers “calls for tax justice”


Green Party Watch, April 11th, 2016:

Maryland Green Party U.S. Senate candidate Margaret Flowers is calling for congressional action “to enforce tax justice and stop the hiding of trillions of dollars of individual and corporate wealth in ‘offshore’ accounts in the more than 90 countries and US states such as Delaware, Nevada and Wyoming that serve as tax havens,” according to a release from her campaign.… Read more ...

Maryland Green Party Primary Features Two Contested Races

April 5th, 2016 press release from the Green Party:

The Maryland Green Party will hold its primary during the month of April. For the first time the party will have contested primary races as it continues to grow and attract younger voters. Since Maryland only lets its two top vote getting parties on the state run ballot, the Green Party will be organizing its own statewide primary which will take place during the month of April.… Read more ...

Kevin Zeese: Obama should seek legal prosecution, not illegal war

Kevin Zeese
September 4, 2013
Kevin Zeese, Attorney General

The most effective deterrent against the use of chemical weapons is not the mass bombing of Syria, an action that would be illegal under international law and counterproductive, but to use the international legal system that has been built since World War I and take legal action under the Chemical Weapons Convention.Members

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