Howie Hawkins is seeking the Green Party’s nomination to run for Governor and next week we’ll be kicking off his campaign with events across New York State. Please join us at the NYC event and spread the word to your friends and political allies! RSVP here.
April 12, 2014 at 7pm – 9pm
Stand with Howie next week and show your support for a political vision that prioritizes the needs of people, planet, economic justice, and fairness. Cuomo relies upon the 1% to fund his campaigns. Howie is relying on you to help build the movement we need for radical social change.
Can’t make it to the NYC event? Please donate and sign up to volunteer! Our people-powered campaign needs your help to reach voters, mobilize supporters and build the independent political movement we need for policies that make New York’s economy work for the 99% of us – a $15/hour minimum wage, a public jobs program that puts the unemployed to work meeting community needs and building the renewable energy system that ends our reliance on fossil fuels.
If you have any questions about the event, email Michael.
Meet Howie Hawkins, candidate for the Green Party of NY State 2014 gubernatorial nomination
Saturday, March 15 2pm-4pm
At the YWCA on Atlantic and 3rd Avenue (click for map), Meeting Room #1
Join us for our Spring County meeting for a discussion with 2010 GPNY Candidate for Governor Howie Hawkins, who is again seeking the Green Party’s nomination for Governor now in 2014.
Howie’s 2010 campaign broke the 50,000 vote threshold needed for the Green Party to regain ballot status as an officially recognized party in New York state. Howie is running again to retain that hard-won ballot status for the Greens in NY and increase the number of voters who cast a ballot for a Green New Deal.
We will also discuss recruiting local candidates for 2014 races, and Green participation in the Earth Day-to-May Day Global Climate Convergence.
Across NY state and the country, Greens are running campaigns for Grassroots Democracy, Ecological Wisdom, Nonviolence and Social Justice. Find out who is running near you, and get out and vote Green today! You can check your voter registration at the state board of elections website. After you submit your information it will give a you a link where you can find your polling place. Also check out:
Election Day marks the official end of this year’s campaigns, but for Greens it means a new beginning.