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Green Party welcomes presidential candidates Roseanne Barr and Jill Stein

 

2012 US Green Candidates for President: Jill Stein won the nomination She is the Green Party Presidential Candidate for 2012:

Update: Jill Stein is the GP 2012 Prez candidate. The Green presidential nominee was chosen at the party’s 2012 convention in Baltimore, Md., July 12-15

The Green Party of the United States welcomes two candidates into the race for the 2012 Green presidential nomination, Jill Stein and Roseanne Barr. Ms. Barr and Dr. Stein submitted paperwork to meet the Green Party’s requirements as of the evening of the Feb. 1 deadline.  Greens have been active participants in the Occupy Movement; both Ms. Barr and Dr. Stein have appeared and spoken publicly at Occupy rallies.

“We are thrilled to have two strong women running for President as Greens,” said Darryl Moch, national co-chair of the Green Party. “We look forward to a race based on Green ideas and values, and to showing the Democrats and Republicans how to run without the corrupting influence of fat corporate campaign checks and corporate-funded attack ads.”

“Anyone hopeful about the Occupy Wall Street’s challenge to the status quo or disappointed by the Obama Administration’s broken promises of change now has a pair of candidates to watch. Anyone bored or irritated with the Mitt Versus Newt Show by now will be relieved by the breath of fresh air — maybe a Green gale force of righteousness — that’s about to come,” said Tamar Yager, also a national co-chair of the Green Party.

State Green Parties in California, Arizona, Massachusetts, the District of Columbia, and possibly Ohio are participating in primary elections. Other state Green Parties will choose the nominee they support and apportion delegates during statewide Green conventions. The Green Party currently has ballot access in 17 states. Greens expect to have the presidential nominee and other candidates on the ballot in at least 46 states and the District of Columbia on Election Day 2012.

“We consider it important to have strong women candidates at a time when women’s reproductive rights are under assault, from the Obama Administration’s decision on the morning-after pill to the Komen Foundation’s withdrawal of funding for breast cancer screening from Planned Parenthood. We’re proud that our presidential nominee in 2008 was a woman,” said Carl Romanelli, Pennsylvania Green and member of the Green Party’s International Committee.

132 Greens hold public office in the United States, including five mayors. The largest city with a Green mayor is Richmond, California, with Mayor Gayle McLaughlin. The Green Party and its candidates accept no money from corporate PACs.

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More photos of 2012 Us Green Candidates for President:

The official 2012 Green Party Presidential candidate — the winner of the nomination — is Jill Stein.

Other candidates from the pre-convention season are below:

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Roseanne Barr at the Hard Rock Cafe in Maui in 2010. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

2012 us green candidates for president

Above is: Roseanne Barr, Kent Mesplay, and Jill Stein

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