Maryland Green Party Settles Ballot Access Lawsuit Against State Of Maryland

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Tim Willard, co-chair Maryland Green [email protected] Yesterday afternoon the Maryland Green Party and the Libertarian Party of Maryland entered into a settlement with The State Board of Elections to lower the threshold of petition signatures required to put the Green Party on the ballot from 10,000 to 5,000. Both parties had sought relief from the 10,000 signature requirement as a result of the COVD-19 State of Emergency.  Continue reading

Message From Your New State Co-Chairs

Hello Friend, This is a message from your new state co-chairs, Virginia Rodino and Tim Willard. We were elected at the State Green Party Assembly last Saturday. Continue reading

Howie Hawkins Wins Maryland Green Party Presidential Primary

At its 2020 Assembly yesterday, the Maryland Green Party announced Howie Hawkins as the winner of its primary for the presidential nomination. With 68% of the vote, Hawkins has secured 5 of Maryland’s 8 delegates to the Green Party of the United States Presidential Nominating Convention to be held in July. Dario Hunter received 32% of the vote and 3 delegates. Party members will be assigned to cast Maryland's eight votes at the Green Party's national convention on July 11th. Five delegates will be pledged to vote for Hawkins in the first round of voting, three will be pledged to vote for Hunter. Continue reading

The Maryland Green Party stands in Solidarity with the People of Minnesota

The Maryland Green Party Stands in Solidarity with Victims of White Supremacy and Systemic Racism. Demands Community Control of the Police, and Prosecution of the Four Police Officers involved in the Murder of George Floyd. Continue reading

Green Party Reaffirms Support for Equality for All, Urges Georgia Green Party to Reconsider Their Position

The Maryland Green Party is reaffirming its support for the GPUS platform on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, see below, which expresses equal rights for transgender people. We are taking this action because a division has developed in the Green Party. The Georgia Green Party has adopted a position inconsistent with this platform position. The Women's Caucus has correctly said "transgender women are women. We do not support the division and oppression of one oppressed group by further oppressing another."  We stand with the Women's Caucus and the Lavender Caucus in urging the Georgia Green Party to reconsider its position. We hope all state Green Parties will join the Maryland Green Party in urging equal rights for all regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation.   Continue reading