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This is What a Democracy Looks Like

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Green Wave!

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Are you interested in a progressive political party that emphasizes your values:
  • Nonviolence,
  • Ecology,
  • Social Responsibility
  • and Grassroots Democracy?

The Green Party of Pima County (GPPC) is the official county chapter of the Arizona Green Party and the Green Party of the United States, Our primary mission is to get Green Party members elected to local, state, and national office. We also work to reform the electoral system, increase grassroots participation in government decision making, develop cooperative leadership models, and ensure that Green politicians remain accountable to those who place them in office. 

Party Objectives

Achieve State-wide Ballot Status

Although the Green Party currently has ballot status in Pima County, we still need state-wide ballot status in Arizona to run candidates for the state legislator. Sign our petition for temporary ballot status. Register Green Party to make our ballot status permanent.

Register more Greens in Arizona

To ensure permanent ballot status, more Arizona residents need to register as Green Party. Remember: More Green registrations means more choices on election day! Online registration is available at https://servicearizona.com/webapp/evoter/.

Bring Instant Runoff Voting (IRV) to Arizona

Tired of politicians winning office without an majority of votes? Tired of voting your fears rather than your hopes? Tired of good candidates being spoilers? Learn more about IRV.

Elect Greens to State and Local Offices

In a recent Tucson City Election, our candidate for City Council in Ward 3 received over 4,400 votes or 6% of the vote in a hotly contested election. And in recent elections 23,000 people voted Green for Pima Country Attorney and 5,000 voted Green for our State Legislature Candidate in 2008. In 2007, our candidates for Mayor and City Council of Tucson received 28% and 27% of the vote. All fine showings for a new up and coming political party. We need more candidates to build on this success.

The Green Party Ten Key Values

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