Category Archives: St. Petersburg

200 Sustainers for 12 Goals by 2020

Sean D./ November 3, 2017/ Alachua, Bay, Black Lives Matter, Broward, Campaigns, Capitalism, Civil Liberties, Collier, County/Affiliate News, Economics, Electoral, Environment, Fascism, Fracking, Green Party & Activism, Healthcare, Hernando, Homeless, Imperialism, International, Israel & Palestine, Issues, Medical Marijuana, Miami, Middle East, Orange, Palm Beach, Peace, Pipelines, Politics, St. Petersburg, Students, Tampa, Trans-Pacific Partnership, War on Drugs, Youth/ 1 comments

1.) Double Registered Greens in Florida to 16,000  2.) Start 15 new Local Chapters (5 a year)  3.) Field a Full Slate of Candidate’s (State-Wide, Congress, State Legislative, County Commissioner, School Board, Sheriff, Mayor, City Council, Soil & Water Districts)  4.) Develop and Maintain State-Wide network of Phone/Text bankers, and canvassers for campaigns through the 10 More Votes App (or

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Social Justice is a Winner for Greens!

greenie/ October 28, 2014/ Campaigns, Economics, Electoral, Environment, St. Petersburg, War on Drugs/ 1 comments

15 Now is a winner in New York. Polls put Hawkins at 9% in a state where the pseudo-independent Working Families Party is set up to siphon the independent vote to the Democrats (WFP is backing Cuomo), and the state’s Democratic Party is one of the most powerful in the nation. Reprinted from the Hawkins campaign: Village Independent Democrats Endorse

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Consumer Supported Agriculture

Kelly Duncan/ June 28, 2014/ Alachua, Bay, Broward, Environment, Hernando, Miami, Palm Beach, St. Petersburg, Tampa/ 1 comments

List of CSA’s throughout Florida In keeping with the Green values of Future Focus/Sustainability, Personal & Global Responsibility, Community-Based Economics, and Ecological Wisdom, Jennifer Sullivan of the Green Party of Hernando County, and fellow Green Larry Waller of Polk County,  wanted to share a listing of CSAs in Florida. CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is a means by which those of

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