Tag Archives: Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party

David Keil: Washington Committed to Indefinite Intervention in Afghanistan?

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A document obtained by NBC news reveals that the U.S. war in Afghanistan is being renewed rather than wound down.

Dated November 19, the story reports that the not-yet-signed draft agreement “has the potential to commit thousands of American troops to Afghanistan and spend billions of U.S. taxpayer dollars.” It would call for continued U.S.… Read more ...

Green Party Issues Statement On Boston Marathon Bombings



Statement on the Boston Marathon Tragedy

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[The following statement on the Boston Marathon tragedy was issued on behalf of the Green Party’s Massachusetts affiliate by the state co-chairs, Jill Stein and John Andrews.]

April 20, 2013

John Andrews, Tel. 781-862-6498

The terrible events that occurred at this year’s Boston Marathon and in the following days have deeply impacted us all, and on behalf of the Green-Rainbow Party we wish to extend our heartfelt sympathy to the hundreds of innocent people whose lives have been scarred by these events.… Read more ...

Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party state convention Sun 11/14

Via Green Party Watch:

From the Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party:

Event Date:
Sunday, November 14, 2010 – 9:00am – 6:00pm

No matter what your current party affiliation — and especially if you aren’t enrolled in any party — we’d like to invite you to our annual State Convention to hear us out, and to find out if the party behind the candidates you support this fall could be your home.… Read more ...

Jill Stein, Tim Cahill take part in 4-way Massachusetts Gubernatorial debate

Dave Schwab at Green Party Watch:

Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party gubernatorial candidate Jill Stein took part in a debate with Democratic incumbent Deval Patrick, Republican Charlie Baker, and Democrat-turned-independent Tim Cahill on Monday, October 25th. Here is footage of the debate from Boston TV station WGBH:

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MA: Stein and Cahill Will Accept Public Funding in Gubernatorial Contest

From the Boston Herald via TPID:

Independent candidate for governor Timothy Cahill has agreed to accept public financing in his campaign for governor by limiting his spending to $1.5 million. The state Office of Campaign and Political Finance announced Tuesday that Cahill and Green-Rainbow Party candidate Jill Stein both agreed to the spending limit, which allows them to collect up to $750,000 each in public funding for the general election.… Read more ...

Jill Stein and Tim Cahill Participate MA Gubernatorial Debate

All four candidates slated to appear on the ballot in the Massachusetts gubernatorial race in November participated in a debate on Monday. Participants were Republican Charlie Baker, incumbent Democrat Deval Patrick, Independent Tim Cahill, and Green-Rainbow candidate Jill Stein. Some relevant debate excerpts from the Telegram & Gazette:

From Cahill:


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Jill Stein Makes Ballot in MA Gubernatorial Race

With more than 10,000 signatures, Jill Stein, the Green-Rainbow Party candidate for Massachusetts Governor, has now qualified for the November election. The party also turned in signatures for two other candidates to appear in the general election. Richard Winger at BAN reports that the party only needs one its candidates to receive 3% of the vote in the next election, so it should have automatic ballot-access in 2012.… Read more ...

Jill Stein aiming for matching funds

Dave Schwab at Green Party Watch:

Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party gubernatorial candidate Jill Stein has set a goal of raising $125,000 by mid-September. Once Stein raises at least $125,000, her campaign is eligible for 1-to-1 matching funds. Here is an email she recent sent to supporters:

This is just a quick note to update you on our ongoing signature drive, and ask for your support as we start the transition into the final 100 days of the campaign – things are about to dramatically accelerate.… Read more ...

Meet Rick Purcell: Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party 2010 Candidate for Lt. Governor

Posted by Nat Fortune at Green Mass Group:

(You need look no further than our candidate for Lt. Governor when it comes to walking the walk. Rick’s a populist in the very best sense of the word, and his devotion to both country and community is unquestionable. Yet another candidate on our slate of whom we can be unabashedly proud!… Read more ...

Nat Fortune, MA Green for auditor, profiled in Boston Globe

Posted by Dave Schwab at Green Party Watch:

The Boston Globe has an article entitled “The Battle for State Auditor” profiling this year’s candidates for Massachusetts State Auditor, including Nat Fortune of the Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party:

An especially interesting political profile in the auditor’s race belongs to Green-Rainbow Party candidate Nathanael Fortune.

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