Dr. Jill Stein: Our electoral system is under increasing threat. There is nothing more important to our American way of life than our democracy. The lifeblood of this nation is the principle that each citizen’s vote is equal when it comes to choosing our president. But in the age of computerized voting machines and unprecedented […]
Great interview with Jill Stein explaining the hows and whys of the recount effort. Disappointed with Whoopi at the end ambushing Stein with the falsity that she has done nothing over the last 4 years and not letting Stein have time to respond to explain Stein’s activism in the last 4 years and the media blackout up through the election, including from the The View.
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Gordon has advocated to enforce “the right to vote” MalApportionment Penalty (MAP) clause in Section 2 of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution (Amend. XIV§2), a clause that mandates proportional allocation of elected representatives based on the popular vote.
A New Electoral Politics is Possible This article is meant to explore an alternative to what is given as a quadrennial binary choice of either attacking a progressive Democratic Presidential candidate or an imminent existential dilemma of Green Party closing shop and submitting to him. This article could have just as easily been written in past presidential election cycles […]
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Judge Luft is not alone in trying to hijack the Green Party line for Suffolk County Family Court, I just picked up a voice message from Harkin and Hughes.
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The audio file above was recorded about 8:20pm on June 30, 2015, when two petitioners came to my door looking for me. They were collecting signatures on petitions for candidates for Suffolk County Family Court Judge to run on the Green Party line. The judicial candidates were George Harkin of Baiting Hollow and Matthew Hughes […]
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I would personally suggest for the Thursday, September 10th Primary to write-in William Ford and Anthony Senft for Family Court Judge to keep the Republicans and Democrats from “stealing” our line in Suffolk County. And in Islip, also writing in George Harkin and Matthew Hughes for 5th District Court. You can print this PDF to […]
Democratic & Republican Party judge candidates have used New York State Election law to place their candidates on the Green Party of Suffolk line.
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Join Move to Amend Brookhaven for a viewing of the short film, The Story of Citizens United vs. FEC and an evening of stimulating conversation.
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William Stevenson needs New York State Green Party members to circulate ballot petitions for the 2nd Congressional District (Suffolk and Nassau counties).
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Green Party celebrated victories and reelections across the U.S
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Potential New York laws includes a good foreclosure law, a good banking law, and a bad campaign finance law.
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