The Green Party concluded its four-day Annual National Meeting yesterday. Much of the meeting, held at the University of Missouri in St. Louis, was livestreamed. Visit the GPUS website to check it out. www.gp.org ("Videos from the ANM")
Greens from across the country will gather in St. Louis this coming weekend when the Green Party holds its 2015 Annual National Meeting in St. Louis, Thursday through Sunday, on the campus of the University of Missouri-St. Louis. The draft schedule includes on Friday night a Green Party Presidential Candidate Forum, featuring four declared Green Party Presidential candidates: Bill Kreml (former Illinois resident and still ILGP supporter), Kent Mesplay, Darryl Cherney, and Jill Stein. The schedule also include skill-building workshops, discussion panels, presentations (including one by our very own Rich Whitney), national delegate meetings and presentations, a campaign school, petitioning to help the Missouri Green Party get on the ballot, and a rally at the Ferguson Police Department. For more information, please visit www.2015GreenPartyConvention.org
On June 22, Jill Stein announced her campaign as a Green Party candidate for the 2016 presidential race. www.jill2015.com
In a Democracy Now! exclusive, Dr. Stein outlined her platform and stated, "I have a people-powered campaign. I am running with the only national party that does not take corporate funding."
Dr. Stein is a physician and activist who was the Green Party's Presidential nominee in 2012.
The Green Party will officially choose its Presidential nominee at its national convention in 2016.