Here is the link to the video of the Texas Railroad Commission debate held in Hurst on 10/22/2016.
This campaign season has been hectic for our merry little band of Green Party supporters. Texas Greens just facilitated Dr. Stein in an exciting tour of El Paso, Houston, San Antonio, & Austin, and now we are preparing to host GP VP candidate Ajamu Baraka in DFW on 10/28 & in Houston on 10/29!
Here, Jill stands in front of the new GPTX office on 6th street in Austin, which we took over from the Bernie campaign last month. The final push through to the election is upon us, and we need you to connect with your local party now to distribute door hangers, flyers, & other campaign materials.
Keep reading for pictures & a summary of Dr. Stein's tour...
It is confirmed!
We just got dates and cities confirmed today.
her #VPotUS, Ajamu Baraka, will be in Dallas on October 28 and Houston on Oct 29. Venues and times coming soon!
So if you are on the fence, want something outside the two-party system, worried about either of the two-party candidates winning, or an avid SteinBaraka supporter - mark your calendars and stay tuned for locations and times - hopefully we will have most of them up by Tuesday next week.
We just got in video segments of Green Candidates on the Texas Ballot today and posted those along with answers to what the new voter ID law requires and other frequently asked questions.
Check them out at: www.txgreens.org/Election2016
and spread the word to all your friends and family - word of mouth is our best resource to breaking the barriers!
Go, We Go!
GREEN PARTY OF TEXAS AGAINST DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE PROJECT (DAPL)
Dallas, Texas -- In solidarity with activists currently ignored by most media, the Green Party of Texas stands with indigenous tribes, residents and others mobilizing to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline Project (DAPL). The umbrella company funding construction of the “Bakken” pipeline is Energy Transfer Partners; former governor Rick Perry sits on the board.
The Green Party values ecological wisdom. We believe it foolhardy to construct another massive pipeline (7 miles shorter than the failed Keystone XL’s length) to haul some of the world’s dirtiest oil across four states. Just as the proposed pipeline from the Canadian Tar Sands to Texas’ Valero site was struck down, we join with the people of the Dakotas, Iowa, and Illinois in the hope that DAPL meets the same fate.Read more