Where is the Green Party presidential forum?
The Green Party Presidential Forum will be held in San Diego, California at the Grassroots Oasis activist space.
Who is running as a Green Party candidate?
There are four candidates who are vying for the Green Party nomination – Jill Stein [backlink], Darryl Cherney [backlink], Willaim Kreml and Kent Mesplay.
What time is the Green Party forum?
The forum is being held from 3 to 6 PM (PST).
Who was the Green Party presidential nominee in the 2012 presidential election?
Jill Stein was the 2012 Green Party presidential nominee. In the 2012 presidential election, she received 456,169 votes (0.36%), the most any female candidate has received [backlink] – which includes over 1% of the popular vote in three states: 1.3% in Maine, 1.1% in Oregon, and 1.0% in Alaska.
Who is Jill Stein?
Dr. Jill Stein was the 2012 presidential nominee of the Green Party [backlink]. She is a physician, public health advocate, and former co-chair of the Massachusetts Green Party. In 2006, she received over 350,000 votes in a race for Secretary of the Commonwealth in Massachusetts.
Check out Stein’s website here.
Who is Darryl Cherney?
Darryl Cherney [backlink] was co-founder of the Campaign to Save Headwaters Redwood Forest. He and the late Judi Bari successfully sued the FBI and Oakland Police for 1st and 4th Amendment violations for trying to frame them for a car bombing which almost killed the pair.
He worked with the United Steelworkers to co-found the Alliance for Sustainable Jobs and Environment.
Check out Cherney’s website here.
Who is William Kreml?
William Kreml has taught, researched and published for fifty years, principally on the dysfunction and inequity of the United States government. He ran for the U. S. Senate in 1980, and entered selected presidential primaries and caucuses in 1984, 1992, and 2000 to highlight the inefficiencies of the American political system.
Check out Kreml’s website here.
Who is Kent Mesplay?
Dr. Kent Mesplay has been a member of the Green Party since 1995 and is also a scientist and advocate for Indigenous Rights. His priorities include honoring treaties, reforming the monetary system, ending all wars, and creating a sustainable system of global governance.
Check out Mesplay’s website here.