The Green Party has asked Green leaders from all over the US to tell America what a Green President of the United States would do during the ‘First 100 Day’s of his or her administration.
Green candidates and members of the Green Party’s Speakers Bureau submitted video clips and short essays to describe what they’d do if elected to the White House and what Green steps President Obama should take to resolve the nation’s problems.
“This is our Inauguration Day gift to Barack Obama and to America. We celebrate the landmark election of America’s first African American president, but we’re worried that Barack Obama will retreat from his promises of change, especially given some of his Cabinet appointments. That’s why we’ve collected these recommendations from prominent Green Party members,” said Sanda Everett, co-chair of the Green Party of the United States.
Ph.D. ecologist and Certified Wildlife Biologist
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Co-Founder, Co-Spokesperson and Former Co-Chair, National Women’s Caucus; Chair, Cumberland County Green Party; 2002 Candidate for Cumberland County Register of Deeds; National Green Party Delegate, 2002-2006 and 2007-present, Maine
Women: Rights, Issues And Conditions. A Breakthrough Agenda
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M.S. Mathematics, Executive Director, National Election Data Archive, UT
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2002 Green Party candidate for Governor of Colorado, 2000 candidate for Congress, CO
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2008 Green Party Candidate for President
Discussing Palestine, Israel, and her trip on a relief boat destined for the Gaza
More from Ms. McKinney on the Middle East
Co-Coordinator, Desert Greens Green Party of Utah, 2006 Green Party candidate for Salt Lake County Council
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Pete Van, Jr
2006 Green Party Candidate for the Michigan State House of Representatives/District 88 (Allegan County)
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2002 and 2006 Green Party candidate for State Controller, CA
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