july, 2020

26jul8:00 pm10:00 pmEvent OverHowie Hawkins on the Importance of Ballot Access and How to Achieve It


Event Details

Howie Hawkins is the original Green New Dealer! Howie was the first candidate to run on a fully developed Green New Deal in 2010, combining an Economic Bill of Rights to jobs, income, housing, health care, and education with 100% clean energy by 2030 in order to reconstruct the economy for economic justice and climate safety. He is also one of the original Greens in the United States, having participated in the first national meeting to organize a US Green Party in St. Paul, Minnesota in August 1984.

Howie has made a major goal of this campaign to get the Green Party on the ballot all over the nation. The United States has among the most restrictive ballot access requirements in the world and the coronavirus pandemic has made this goal even more challenging. Ballot Access Coordinator, Brendan Phillips, will talk about these challenges and how we need your help to make sure that you have the option to vote for Howie Hawkins & Angela Walker, Greens for President and Vice President in your state come November.

This Meet & Greet begins at 8 p.m. EDT; 7 p.m. CDT, 6 p.m. MDT, and 5 p.m. PDT. Tickets are free, but we are asking for a donation, remember that all donations up to $250 will be matched by the federal government since this campaign has met the requirements Matching Funds. No one will be turned away because of inability to donate today. When you RSVP, you will receive the meeting password and ID via email, which you will need in order to participate in this Zoom call. Please be sure to check your spam folder. If you don’t receive this information, please contact Rose Roby at: rose@howiehawkins.us, and she will make sure you get it.


(Sunday) 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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