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VIRGINIA: Independent Greens Field Legislative Candidates

From an article published June 22, 2011, in the Sun-Gazette newspaper in northern Virginia:

The Independent Green Party is fielding challengers to Dels. Bob Brink (D-48th) and Patrick Hope (D-47th).

Janet Murphy, who will take on Brink in the 48th, is described on the party’s Web site as a Realtor, and serves on the central committee of Independent Greens of Virginia.… Read more ...

Gail ‘for Rail’ Parker, the Indy Greens of Virginia’s 1st CD candidate, on IPR Radio tonight at 8 PM

Submit any questions you might have in the comments or call into the live show at 646-200-0264 (you can also listen that way).  Listen at IPR’s blogtalkradio channel.

Here is the announcement for this show.

The show will be archived so you can listen to it after the live broadcast, as well.… Read more ...

Gail ‘for Rail’ Parker, Indy Green candidate for Congress, to appear on IPR radio Monday at 8 PM EST

This Monday, the 20th, at 8 PM EST I will be interviewing the Independent Green Party of Virginia’s candidate for US Congress Gail “for Rail” Parker in the first congressional district on IPR’s blogtalkradio channel.  The Independent Greens are the state affiliate of the Independence Party.  Submit any questions you might have in the comments.… Read more ...

8PM EST tonight, IPR blogtalkradio with Carey Campbell, chairman of Virginia Indy Greens

Tonight at 8 PM EST, Carey Campbell will be on IPR blogtalkradio.  The interview will last 30 minutes, and you can call in to ask questions at 646-200-0264.  Submit any questions you would like to be asked (if you don’t want to call in) in the comments.  You can listen here, or go to our blogtalkradio site:

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Independent Green Party of Virginia endorses candidates for all eleven Virginia US House seats

Press release emailed to contact.ipr@gmail.com:

11 Indy Green endorsee/nominees for congress lead by doing. Thanks to the Indy Greens and their allies, who collected thousands of signatures to get on the ballot, every Virginian will have a third option for congress this year. They have a record number of congressional candidates on the ballot.… Read more ...