GPPA Quarterly Meeting This Saturday!

The Green Party of Pennsylvania will be holding their Quarterly meeting in Pittsburgh on this Saturday, November 18th, from 10am until about 4:30pm, with a pot luck social to follow! There will be a “meet and greet” with local and state Green Party members. Come out and see what the Greens have been doing in […]

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Congratulations 2017 Candidates!

Green Party of Allegheny County congraulates Pennsylvania Greens that won local races this past week: congrats Dave, Stuart, Bradley, Timothy, Cem, and others! Also, congratulations to Jules Mermelstein for receiving over 100,000 votes statewide. Read more about Green candidates in PA in 2017, and let us know if you’re not on the list! At least […]

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Today is Election Day

The polls are open today, Tuesday Nov 7th, from 7am until 8pm. Please get out the vote for Jules Mermelstein, Green Party candidate for PA Superior Court! Several other local government and higher court judge positions will also be elected, plus a few ballot initiatives for state constitutional amendments. Learn more about Jules at http://www.mermelstein4judge.org/. You […]

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Statement on Amazon’s HQ2 RFP

GREEN PARTY Allegheny County Pennsylvania October 18, 2017        Contact: Tim Jones, 412/552-8145,                 David Hughes, 412/421-4163 THE GREEN PARTY OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY URGES MAYOR AND COUNTY EXECUTIVE TO INCLUDE CONDITIONS ON AMAZON PROPOSAL. PITTSBURGH–The Green Party of Allegheny County (GPOAC) understands that Pittsburgh Mayor Bill […]

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First Call for 2018 Candidates!

We’re looking for a candidate to run for US Representative in the PA 18th Congressional district to run against Tim Murphy! Interested in this, or other races in 2018? Read on for more! With the impending resignation of US Representative Tim Murphy from PA 18th Congressional district, Greens have a terrific opportunity to get a […]

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GPofPA Quarterly Meeting in Pittsburgh Nov 18th

Please join the Green Party of Allegheny County as we host the quarterly meeting of the Green Party of Pennsylvania on November 18th at the Pittsburgh Mennonite Church. The business meeting will be from 9am to 5pm, with a potluck social planned for 5pm to 7pm immediately following the meeting. The business meeting includes planning […]

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Vote Nov 7th for Jules

A reminder that you must register to vote by October 10th to vote in the general election this November. This November will include important local and statewide positions, including several court positions for 10 year terms. Jules Mermelstein is the Green Party of Pennsylvania candidate for PA Superior Court. Jules is running to uphold our […]

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We Must End Two-Party Duopoly

Harvard Business School recently released new research about how our two-party duopoly is stifling competition in political thought and hurting America [1]. In a nutshell, the research says that the duopoly of Democrats and Republicans has become self-serving, more interested in retaining its major party status, fundraising lots of money, and keeping others out of […]

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Opposing PA Budget Cuts to Environment and Transit

The Green Party of Allegheny County is opposed to the Pennsylvania House Republican plan to plug a state budget shortfall with cuts to essential services and environmental protections, putting corporate profits over people and planet. Some of the proposed provisions include harmful effects to our environment and health: reducing environmental protection by cutting funding to […]

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Ban Fracking in Delaware River Basin

The Green Party of Allegheny County encourages Governor Tom Wolf to vote to permanently ban fracking within the Delaware River Basin watershed [1]. Fracking and the fossil fuel industry as a whole produce pollution that damages our health as well as our environment. Allegheny County already has some of the worst air in the country, leading […]

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