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GPUSGreen Party of the United States
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Donations may be made in Nicholas' name to the Green Party of the United States, P.O.
The Green Party of the United States places the same priority on human rights as do other Green parties.
(21.) See Green Party of the United States, Platform 2004, Part II.
Scott McLarty Media coordinator Green Party of the United States
The Green Party of the United States has established a Ballot Access Working Group (BAWG).
The Green Party of the United States is the only Green political organization organized nationally as a party, in which at least 31 states are represented (with other states' memberships pending).
"The new Green Party of the United States is the political framework from which we will fuel the momentum against corporate power that is building on a global scale," she said.
The CC voted to change the name of the Association of State Green Parties to the Green Party of the United States and to use that name in filing an Advisory Opinion Request with the FEC for "National Committee of a political party" status.
The Negotiating Committees of the Association of State Green Parties and the Greens/Green Party USA, meeting on October 1-2, 2000, have agreed unanimously to recommend to their respective organizations the following proposal for the creation of a new national Green Party, to be called "Green Party of the United States," and a National Committee of the Green Party, which will apply to the Federal Election Commission for official recognition as a national political party.
The political platform and program of that new party was not discussed--but it, too, will be hammered out and amended as needed through the deliberative democratic process of the new Green Party of the United States, via a structure that reflects the input of G/GPUSA.
I am writing to express opposition to the Joint Proposal of Negotiating Committees of the Association of State Green Parties and The Greens/Green Party USA to establish a "unity party" called the "Green Party of the United States." While I whole-heartedly support the idea of creating a "unity party" between the G/GPUSA and the ASGP, the present proposal does not adequately represent all American Greens in the structure of the new party.
The essence of the document, referred to simply as the Boston Proposal, is that the ASGP will adopt a series of changes to its structure as it reforms as the Green Party of the United States, making it more closely resemble the present GPUSA.