February 2020 Newsletter

Hello Friend,

We filed an ethics complaint against Larry Hogan, regarding conflicts of interests with his business arrangements.

Through his controversial real estate dealings, he is the only Governor in the state's history to have made millions of dollars while serving in office.

Watchdog group Public Citizen filed a similar ethics complaint.

Read Full Ethics Complaint


Transit Equity

The Baltimore Transit Equity Coalition (BTEC) is a coalition partner of both the Maryland and Baltimore City Green Parties.

BTEC is launching a ballot initiative this Saturday February 29th at 2pm at the Orleans branch of Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore City.

See Facebook Event


Legislative Update

Despite progress with SB 10, House Bill 103 still sits in committee.

This legislation calls for a constitutional amendment that would allow for special elections at the next statewide general election for vacancies that occur in the first two years of a general assembly term.

Tell the House Ways and Means Committee to support special elections by voting in favor of HB 103.


Save the Date

Coordinating Council Conference Calls:

Mar. 25 @ 8:00 pm
Apr. 22 @ 8:00 pm
May 27 @ 8:00 pm 

State Assembly on Sunday May 31st


Ballot Access Update

We still need several thousand signatures to guarantee ballot access for the 2020 election!

Contact our Ballot Access Coordinator, Hunt Hobbs at shhobbs5@gmail.com for any petitioning-related questions, to suggest events of your own, or to volunteer and petition with your fellow Greens.