Jill Stein Secures Enough Delegates for Green Party Presidential Nomination

From the Associated Press

A medical doctor who once challenged Mitt Romney for governor of Massachusetts says she has enough delegates to win the Green Party’s presidential nomination.

The campaign of Jill Stein says she clinched the nomination after California’s primary Tuesday and now has won two-thirds of the delegates allocated.

Green Party . . . → Read More: Jill Stein Secures Enough Delegates for Green Party Presidential Nomination

Marin Greens positions on Prop 28 and 29

The Marin Green Party County council took no position on Proposition 28 (term limits). We recommend a yes vote on Proposition 29 to increase the tobacco tax.

Watch the Green Party Presidential Candidate Forum

Video by David Curtis, Marin Green Party County Council member

http://youtu.be/UzLngS9_Ub0

Marin Greens Elect New County Council

On May 6, the Marin Greens elected our 2012-14 County Council.  We meet the first Sunday of every month at the Aroma Cafe in San Rafael at 10am.  Please join us.

County Council Members

Larry Bragman, David Curtis, Paul DaSilva, Jim Geraghty, Marnie Glickman, Nancy Mancias, Mimi Newtown

County Council Alternates

Holly Bragman, Jacob Feickert, David Quinley, Dale Sorenson, Reede Stockton, Lew Tremaine

Marin Greens Walk The Picket Line on May Day

Marin Greens, including Marnie Glickman, David Curtis and Larry Bragman, walked the picket line on May Day with striking ferry workers in Larkspur.

Here is a short video from the event by David Curtis.

Protest: Mancias protests Secretary of the Treasury

Nancy Mancias is a member of the Marin Green Party County Council.

Voter Registration at Earth Day Marin

We registered 10 new Marin Greens at Earth Day Marin.

Here’s a video of the event and a great panel by David Curtis.

Jello Biafra: Register Green Party

San Quentin Raises Issues

Reposted from Marin Independent Journal

The decision to redevelop San Quentin is an epochal one and should not be undertaken to placate the Association of Bay Area Government’s unsustainable development demands.

Not only would such a plan impact sensitive baylands and adjacent marine habitat, it will have a regional impact on employment and transportation . . . → Read More: San Quentin Raises Issues

Candidates line up to replace Woolsey if she retires in 2012

Reposted from Marin Independent Journal

The list of people interested in replacing Rep. Lynn Woolsey if she decides not to seek re-election in 2012 gets longer with each passing day.

The ballots electing Woolsey to her 10th term in office had barely been counted when she disclosed that she is seriously considering retirement from . . . → Read More: Candidates line up to replace Woolsey if she retires in 2012