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From the Green Shadow Cabinet website, posted September 18, 2013:
Howie Hawkins is a long-time New York Green organizer who is running for Syracuse Common Council. He received nearly 60,000 votes as the New York Green Party’s candidate for governor in 2010, winning ballot access for the party, and earned 48% of the vote for Syracuse Common Council District 4 in 2011 – the same seat he is running for now.… Read more ...
The following article, from syracuse.com, was posted on the front page of the Green Party’s website.
Green Party’s Kevin Bott joins race for Syracuse mayor
Syracuse, NY – Kevin Bott has announced he will run for Syracuse mayor on the Green Party line.
Green Party of NY
For Release: July 5, 2013
For More Information: Howie Hawkins, 315 425-1019
Gloria Mattera, 917 886-4538, email@example.com
Green Party Doubts Moreland Commission Will End Political Corruption in NYS
Cuomo’s Fundraising Needs to be Principal Target of Probe
The Green Party criticized Governor Cuomo today for his flawed efforts to reduce public corruption in New York State.… Read more ...
June 17, 2013
(Rochester, NY) — The members of the Green Party’s slate for local office in 2013, called Green Rochester, begins the release of their economic plan Tuesday, June 18th at 10 am at 267 Monroe Ave, in front of Monroe Square â€“ also known as the old Sears Building.… Read more ...
Green Party of New York State Opposes Cuomo’s Election Proposals to Empower the 1%
For Immediate Release: June 16, 2013
For More Info: Howie Hawkins, 315 425-1019
The Green Party of NY State said today that the election reform package proposed by Governor Cuomo does not provide for fair elections in NYS.… Read more ...
Will you stand up and end the threat of fracking in NY State, once and for all? Not a moratorium, or another delay, but a BAN. Right now.
The Green Party Smacks Around Anthony Weiner
By Ross Barkan
Published June 11, 2013 on Politicker.com
Anthony Weiner and Sal Albanese at a Staten Island mayoral forum.
Anthony Weiner took a beating on his first official stop in Staten Island Monday night.
Mr. Weiner was repeatedly hit by his rivals, including Green Party candidate Tony Gronowicz and former Councilman Sal Albanese, for an old racially-charged campaign flier, his congressional vote authorizing the Iraq War, and his allegedly “coarse” conduct during a candidates’ forum hosted by the Pleasant Plains, Prince’s Bay and Richmond Valley Civic Association.… Read more ...
From Green Party Watch, June 3, 2013:
Howie Hawkins, longtime Green Party activist.
YNN Central New York reports on the Syracuse Green Party:
SYRAC– USE, N.Y. — Voters in Syracuse will have at least three Green Party candidates to choose from at the polls this November.
The party held its Spring Convention on Monday, designating its candidates for local office.… Read more ...
(SYRAC– USE) Members of the newly formed Green Shadow Cabinet, an independent voice in U.S. politics representing the views of super majorities of the American people that are ignored by the corporate duopoly, will be participating in this weekend’s anti-drones convergence in Syracuse NY called “Resisting Drones, Global War and Empire,” April 26th – 28th.
(excerpt from a Howie Hawkins for Governor Press Release)
For Immediate Release: November 14, 2011
Hawkins Blasts Cuomo for Arrests at Occupy Albany:
“Governor 1% Assaults Political and Economic Rights of the 99%”
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Howie Hawkins, the Green Party’s 2010 gubernatorial candidate, blasted Governor Andrew Cuomo for the arrests of Occupy Albany demonstrators over the weekend.
Note: An unofficial, but fairly authoritative link to the Occupy Wall Street happenings is www.occupywallst.org
For Immediate Release 11/15/2011
Michael O’Neil, Green Party NYC
michael AT greenpartynyc DOT org
Peter LaVenia, Co-Chair Green Party NY State
chair2 AT gpny DOT org
Eviction of Wall Street Occupation Exposes Mayor’s Corporate Collusion, Says Green Party
NEW YORK–The Green Party continues to stand with the nationwide Occupation movement, in the face of the NYPD’s raid on the Wall Street encampment in Zuccotti Park during the early hours of the morning.… Read more ...