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Bozho, Jage Nagonan. Ndeshnekas Kewenkwe. Nishnabe manIn. – Hello, all my relations. My name is Aaron E. Camacho, a citizen of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation. As a daughter of Wisconsin, I am grateful for the privilege of reaching out to you from indigenous land. My intent is to engage in political discourse with you for the health of our democratic republic. In Wisconsin Senate District 31, I have secured ballot access for our upcoming election November 6, 2018. Know I am the only non-establishment, female and indigenous person running for office in our senate district. Continue reading
Updated October 22nd, 2018 There is a forum this afternoon (October 21st) at Edgewood High School, in the Krantz Center (2219 Monroe St, Madison, WI 53711), at 4:00 pm. If you are in the area or love to drive, stop by to give support to Michael White and listen to the wonderful discussion the candidates have. If this is anything like the previous forum, it will be a calm, pleasant, and enjoyable discussion among the candidates. Add this to your calendarFacebook event View Youtube live stream Original post from mwhite4gov (Candidate Forum).
We just endorsed an exciting slate of Green candidates for the 2018 elections who stand for real change: government that puts people, planet and peace over profit, and fights for a Green New Deal, single-payer healthcare, a $15/hour minimum wage, free quality public education through university, deep criminal justice reform, and more. But before we revolutionize Wisconsin politics, we need your help to get our candidates on the ballot - which will take over 10,000 signatures total by June 1st. 3 ways you can help right now: Join our volunteer team to gather ballot access signatures Contribute to our ballot access fund to help hire paid signature gatherers Apply to become a paid signature gatherer Learn more about how you can help put Wisconsin Greens on the ballot!
Our Spring Gathering in Stevens Point was a great step forward for the WIGP. We endorsed candidates, updated our platform, revised our bylaws, and left the meeting in a stronger position to build Wisconsin’s party for people, planet and peace over profit. We discussed and voted on substantial changes to our state party platform, including new planks on election integrity, tuition-free public higher education, criminal justice and police reform, immigration reform, affordable housing, clean drinking water, Great Lakes protection, and more. We will post the full updated platform soon - stay tuned. We also revised our party’s bylaws, making a number of changes recommended by members of our Structure Team to improve the effectiveness of our state party. We will be posting our updated bylaws soon. At the end of the day, we heard from candidates seeking our nomination and members were able to ask questions and engage in spirited discussion. We voted to endorse the following candidates: Continue reading
The Wisconsin Green Party will hold our rescheduled 2018 Spring Gathering statewide membership meeting in Stevens Point on Saturday, April 28th. We encourage all Greens to attend and make your voice heard on important decisions for our party, including candidate endorsements in 2018 elections. Read more about the Wisconsin Green Party Spring Gathering in Stevens Point.
The Spring 2018 issue of Green Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Green Party's newsletter, is here! Read about what Wisconsin Greens are up to, including our Spring Gathering, a call for 2018 candidates and volunteers, proposed amendments to our state party's platform and bylaws, and more. Click here for the Spring 2018 issue of the Wisconsin Green Party newsletter.
The Wisconsin Green Party is hosting a one-day Green Campaign Training School on Saturday April 7th in Milwaukee for anyone who is interested in running for office as a Green or working on a Green campaign. We highly encourage people who are planning to run for office (or considering a campaign) to attend together with their prospective campaign managers and other key team members. The campaign school is also open to anyone who wants to support Green campaigns and would like to gain the skills and knowledge needed to be an essential part of a campaign team. See more details and how to RSVP for the Green Campaign Training School.
Have you thought about running for office? Even if you haven’t, consider the following: Americans have never been closer to rebellion against the political establishment. National polls show that a record high 61% of Americans - including 71% of millennials - agree that the establishment parties are failing us, and that we need a new major party. With elections coming up, now is a great time to think about running for office as a Wisconsin Green to help build the movement for people, planet and peace over profit. If you're considering running for office, let us know and we'll get in touch to discuss the possibilities! Continue reading
The Winter 2018 issue of Green Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Green Party's newsletter, is here! Read about what Wisconsin Greens are up to, including an upcoming campaign training school, our Spring Gathering, a call for 2018 candidates, proposed amendments to our state party's bylaws, and more. Click here to read the Winter 2018 issue of Green Wisconsin.