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The '''Green Party''' is an essentially [[left-wing]] [[political party]] in the [[United States]] which places a strong emphasis on [[environmentalism]]. It supports many [[liberal]] social policies, as well as advocating moving politics to the [[grassroots]] and community level. It also supports [[national debt|debt reduction]], a conservative principle, though it generally supports doing this by raising taxes on the upper income brackets and cutting military spending.
 
The '''Green Party''' is an essentially [[left-wing]] [[political party]] in the [[United States]] which places a strong emphasis on [[environmentalism]]. It supports many [[liberal]] social policies, as well as advocating moving politics to the [[grassroots]] and community level. It also supports [[national debt|debt reduction]], a conservative principle, though it generally supports doing this by raising taxes on the upper income brackets and cutting military spending.
  
There are other Green parties throughout the world, though most, if not all act independently of each other.
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There are other Green parties throughout the world, though most, if not all, act independently of each other.
  
 
The Green Party's nominee for [[POTUS|President]] in 1996 and 2000 was [[Ralph Nader]]. It was [[Ralph Nader]]'s candidacy as the Green Party nominee in 2000 that reportedly split enough votes in [[Florida]] to enable [[George W. Bush]] to defeat [[Al Gore]] there, and that became the margin of Bush's victory for the entire nation.
 
The Green Party's nominee for [[POTUS|President]] in 1996 and 2000 was [[Ralph Nader]]. It was [[Ralph Nader]]'s candidacy as the Green Party nominee in 2000 that reportedly split enough votes in [[Florida]] to enable [[George W. Bush]] to defeat [[Al Gore]] there, and that became the margin of Bush's victory for the entire nation.
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The Green Party 2004 candidate was David Cobb, with Pat LaMarche as his running mate. In 2008, the Green Party nominee was ultraliberal former Congresswoman [[Cynthia McKinney]] of [[Georgia]]. Their 2012 candidate was [[Jill Stein]].
 
The Green Party 2004 candidate was David Cobb, with Pat LaMarche as his running mate. In 2008, the Green Party nominee was ultraliberal former Congresswoman [[Cynthia McKinney]] of [[Georgia]]. Their 2012 candidate was [[Jill Stein]].
  
==External Links==
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*[http://www.gp.org/ Official Party Website]
 
*[http://www.gp.org/ Official Party Website]
 
*[http://www.gp.org/tenkey.shtml Ten Key Values of the Green Party]
 
*[http://www.gp.org/tenkey.shtml Ten Key Values of the Green Party]
  
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Latest revision as of 00:30, 28 October 2017

Green Party
Party Chairman Theresa El-Amin
Mike Feinstein
Farheen Hakeem
Julie Jacobson
Jason Nabewaniec
David Strand
Craig Thorsen
Senate Leader
House Leader
Founded 2001
Headquarters 1700 Connecticut Avenue NW
Suite 404 Washington, DC 20009
Political ideology Environmentalism
Political position Fiscal: Social democracy
Social: Liberalism
International affiliation Global Greens
Color(s) green
Website www.gp.org

The Green Party is an essentially left-wing political party in the United States which places a strong emphasis on environmentalism. It supports many liberal social policies, as well as advocating moving politics to the grassroots and community level. It also supports debt reduction, a conservative principle, though it generally supports doing this by raising taxes on the upper income brackets and cutting military spending.

There are other Green parties throughout the world, though most, if not all, act independently of each other.

The Green Party's nominee for President in 1996 and 2000 was Ralph Nader. It was Ralph Nader's candidacy as the Green Party nominee in 2000 that reportedly split enough votes in Florida to enable George W. Bush to defeat Al Gore there, and that became the margin of Bush's victory for the entire nation.

The Green Party 2004 candidate was David Cobb, with Pat LaMarche as his running mate. In 2008, the Green Party nominee was ultraliberal former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney of Georgia. Their 2012 candidate was Jill Stein.

External links