Save the date!
The Wisconsin Green Party is thrilled to announce that Jill Stein will be in Wisconsin for two events on Thursday, October 27th. Plans are being made for a daytime visit to Madison and for an evening rally in Milwaukee.
The Wisconsin Green party is working with the Jill2016 campaign to secure venues and iron out the details. Please stay tuned for more information as plans develop.
The Green Party's Vice Presidential Candidate Ajamu Baraka will make two appearances in Madison on Thursday, September 15th. Join Ajamu at a meet-and-greet and then hear him open the Fighting Bob Barrymore event afterwards.
The Wisconsin Green Party invites you to meet and get to know Ajamu Baraka and hear more about the importance of our 2016 Jill Stein/Ajamu Baraka Campaign from 5 to 6:30 pm on Thursday, September 15th at the Dobhan Restaurant, 2110 Atwood Ave, Madison, just a few doors from the Barrymore Theatre. Suggested donation $19.99 for the 99% includes food, Cash bar.
Immediately following at 7pm, Mr. Baraka will be opening the Fighting Bob’s Kick-Off ‘Election 2016’ at the Barrymore. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased here. Following Mr. Baraka's talk, Greg Palast will feature the Midwest premiere of "The Best Democracy Money can Buy."
The Wisconsin Green Party invites you to join others from around Wisconsin in Muskego on Sunday, September 18th for an important Statewide Volunteer Summit to support the Jill Stein/Ajamu Baraka campaign.
The election is two short months away and we need to get all of Wisconsin organized so we can effectively reach voters.
This summit will be a planning session and an action session. Bring your ideas and energy. Meet other Stein/Baraka supporters from around the State and those in your own backyard. The Wisconsin Green Party will help coordinate forming local groups and together we can come up with local and Statewide strategies and action plans that will maximize our vote and win Wisconsin for the Green Party.
Have you thought about running for office as a Green candidate? Even if you haven’t, consider the following: Americans have never been closer to rebellion against the political establishment. Millions are fed up with the sold-out Democratic and Republican parties, and looking for a new politics with integrity, values, and vision. This isn’t just a feeling in the air; national polls show that a large majority of Americans agree that the establishment parties are failing us, and that a new major party is needed. In short, it's a great year to run for office as a Green.Read more
It's time for the WI Green Party 2016 Spring Gathering and Presidential Nominating Convention! This year's Spring Gathering will be in Madison on Saturday, April 16th.
The gathering will include a forum with Green Presidential candidates, as well as our presidential preference vote. We'll also have workshops on rebuilding local democracy with the Green movement and election of officers and delegates to the national Green Party Presidential Nominating Convention.
See more information and RSVP here. Hope you can join us!
The Wisconsin Green Party has a proud track record of electing community activists to local government, where they can make a big difference in their communities.
In this year's April 5th election, Wisconsin Greens are supporting four local candidates: Rob Dz Franklin, Heidi Wegleitner and Angelito Tenorio for Dane County Board, and Bobby Gifford for Portage County Board.
We've set up a local candidates support fund to help these courageous progressive leaders get elected.
Please contribute to our local candidates support fund today so we can help our candidates bring Green values of nonviolence, social justice, grassroots democracy and ecology into our local governments!
Adamant Green Party Member Bob L. Gifford has declared a local and sustainability-based campaign for residents of Portage County, Wisconsin. He is targeting his outreach to his wonderful community as he engages within government for the supervisory district 10 county board seat.
The unifying issue of this campaign is sustainability for Portage County, WI. This term is the basis of the "eco-municipality" movement to which Stevens Point, WI subscribed to in 2007; endorsed by the Wisconsin Green Party in that year. In a sustainable society you do not allow systematic inequality, poverty or permanent joblessness. You do not constantly encroach on nature- building up pollutants in the environment.
Bob spoke with Town of Hull Chair: John Holdridge, asking which issues concern Hull residents. The number one issue was groundwater protection. The situation with Well #11 should not have developed, had the two municipalities been cooperating and thinking sustainably with emphasis on environmental precautions regarding the best in mind for our citizens. On his suggestion, protection of private wells is a key issue for the County Board to address. It is administratively sloppy to have the current system of real estate development dependent on home ownership with private wells, given the reason of the current official inability to protect water quantity and quality in those wells.Read more
The Wisconsin Green Party had another successful Fall gathering in Milwaukee in November. Thanks to everyone who came and to our hosts at UW-Milwaukee and Community Uprise!
We elected a full slate of new officers, including Jose Contreras and Bruce Hinkforth as our new Co-Chairs; Mike McCallister as Recording Secretary; Dace Zeps as Corresponding Secretary; and Bobby Gifford as Treasurer. Dace Zeps, Greg Banks,and Bruce Hinkforth will continue as National Committee Delegates, and George Martin will continue as an NC Alternate Delegate. Congratulations and thanks to our new (and continuing) officers!Read more
The Wisconsin Green Party Fall 2015 State Membership meeting will be held in Milwaukee on Saturday, November 7th.
At the meeting we'll elect new officers, set our 2016 Presidential nominating process, and discuss opportunities for Wisconsin Greens to advance our core principles of grassroots democracy, social justice, nonviolence, and ecological wisdom.
For more details and to RSVP, check out the 2015 Fall Meeting event page.
The Spring 2015 Green Wisconsin newsletter is here! The new issue features articles on the proposed tar sands pipeline expansion, ending police brutality and mass incarceration, and Green candidates running in local elections. See the Spring 2015 issue of Green Wisconsin online.