Why Should I Vote Third Party?
Registering to vote as a Green is a commitment to building an institution to fight for the world you want. Party affiliation doesn't begin and end with one election. Register to vote or change your party registration on-line.
The more people who register Green, the likelier we are to #BreakTheDuopoly!
The two major parties are beholden to corporations not people.
Registering Green does not limit your voting options in general elections.
In states with "open" primaries, your registering Green also does not limit your voting options in the primary election. In states with "closed" primaries, however, if you register Green you will only be able to vote in Green primaries. Check with your Board of Elections.
The Green Party represents most Americans' views on issues like health care, a healthy environment, campaign finance reform, corporate power, genetically modified foods, and others. See The Biggest Media Sin, by Sam Smith of the Progressive Review
We need to fix our broken system and prioritize People, Planet, and Peace Over Profit! #MoneyOutOfPolitics
The Green Party Is The 4th Largest Political Party
Despite the corporate parties constant suppression of grassroots parties (their competition), we continue to fight for Green policies every year in every race and have grown to be the largest grassroots party not beholden to corporations.
- 2020: ran in 210 races
- 2019: ran in 132 races
- 2018: ran in 296 races
- 2017: ran in 196 races
- 2016: ran in 310 races
- 2015: ran in 128 races
We've won in 1,259 races since 1985 including 9 U.S. Greens who served in state legislature. Currently, we have 92 officeholders and running in 77 races in 2021.
We Stand For
- Working People
- Single Payer
- Citizenship For All
- Independence for Puerto Rico
- Women's Equality
- The Right to Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
- Armistice Day, Not Weapons Day
- Decriminalize Marijuana
- End Military Action in Syria
- Election Integrity!
- Clean Water
- Green New Deal
- In Support of our Muslim Sisters & Brothers
- One Secular, Democratic State for Palestinians and Israelis
- Combating Islamophobia
You Might Have Also Heard Of Our National Candidates For President And Vice President
1996: Ralph Nader & Winona LaDuke
2000: Ralph Nader & Winona LaDuke
2004: David Cobb & Pat LaMarche
2008: Cynthia McKinney & Rosa Clemente
2012: Jill Stein & Cheri Honkala
2016: Jill Stein & Ajamu Baraka
2020: Howie Hawkins & Angela Walker
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