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Saturday, January 24, 2015

Marisa Wissar running for Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Sully District

Independent Green Party Marisa Wissar running for Fairfax County Board of Supervisors - Sully District.

Marisa Wissar, Independent Green Party, is a mother of three, a graduate of Marymount University, an Art teacher, and professional artist, and interior designer.

Marisa Wissar, Independent Green Party Green New Deal eco jobs for the economy. Rail jobs. Solar jobs. Wind jobs. Geothermal jobs. Bring bike share to Fairfax County and Sully District. Build Rail to Sully District, Centreville.  

Marisa Wissar, "We need More Trains, Less Traffic".

24 jan 15 @ 10:56 am est          Comments

Green Party leading in UK opinion polls

Green Party wins 2015 if election voted for policies

http://metro.co.uk/2015/01/23/greens-would-be-party-of-government-in-2015-if-election-was-only-voted-for-on-policies-survey-5033115/

If people just voted on policies, the Greens would be the party of government in the run-up to the 2015 General Election.

That’s according to a survey that polled voters from across the United Kingdom, based solely on policies rather than party affiliation, seat incumbents or leaders’ personalities.

The results are based on policies from all parties’ 2010 manifestos, and is set to be updated soon ahead of the nationwide election in May.

But, despite their relatively low public profile, the Green Party’s policies appeal more to the public than any of the major players.

Ed Miliband’s Labour (20%) are closest to the Greens overall, but still languish seven per cent behind Natalie Bennett’s party, who polled 27.47% in the Vote For Policies poll.

Right-wing parties Ukip and the BNP had 11.78% and 9.94% respectively.

The 519,649 users who took the poll preferred the Green Party’s stance on Crime, the Economy, Education, Environment and Health.

The only categories it lost out in were Democracy and Europe, which went to the Liberal Democrats, and Immigration and Welfare, which were taken by Labour.

Green party poll

 

24 jan 15 @ 10:35 am est          Comments

Independent Green Party recruiting candidates for 2015

Be Independent Green Party candidate in 2015! 

Local office Independent Green Party endorsee or nominee:

Albert Burckhard – Isle of Wight County Board of Supervisors – Newark District

Carey Campbell – Fairfax County Supervisors – Braddock District

Gail for Rail Parker, Fairfax County Supervisors – Mt Vernon District

Marisa Wissar – Fairfax County Board of Supervisors – Sully District

Joe Galdo, Green Party, Chairman, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors

Chris DeCarlo, Fairfax County Sheriff

Tareq Salahi – Warren County Board of Supervisors

 Pete Marchetti – Fairfax County School Board – Chair

Dr. Katherine Pedigrew – Fairfax County School Board – Braddock District

Jesse Ray Whitacre – Fredericksburg City Council

Dr. Audrey Clement - Arlington County School Board 

 

House of Delegates

Joseph P. Oddo  57th Charlottesville

 

William Henry "Mouse" Jones Jr. 34th Petersburg

 

Col. Jim Leslie 38th (Annandale)

Dianne Blais 40th (Centreville)

Steve Pushor 43rd (Alexandria, Lee District)

Joe Glean 44th   (Alexandria, Mt. Vernon)

Ron Fisher,  49th  (Arlington)

Dr. Ken Hildebrandt, 60th

Joseph D. Morrissey 74th  (Richmond)

John W. Smith Jr. 100th  Accomack County, Norforlk City, Northampton County, Virginia Beach City

 

State Senate

Elaine Hildebrandt -  20th  South Central Virginia

Janet Murphy -  31st Arlington

Terry Modglin – 35th  Annandale

 Rick Mullins 38th

http://www.vpap.org/offices/state-senate-38/district/

 

24 jan 15 @ 10:20 am est          Comments

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Independent Green Party's Fightin Joe elected to House of Delegates

Historic victory for Fightin' Joe Morrissey, Independent Green Party central committee member.

Fightin Joe (IG) rocks Virginia poltics - elected to House of Delegates.

Independent Green Party Fightin' Joe Morrissey Green New Deal eco jobs for the economy a winner!  

Joseph D. Morrissey, Independent Green Party elected tonight!!

Congrats to the Independent Green Party of Virginia's central committee member Joseph D. Morrrisey (IG)! 

Fightin' Joe Morrissey (IG) elected to the Virginia state legislature tonight, the House of Delegates. 

Independent Green Party state Chairman Joseph P. Oddo (IG), "This is a historic victory for our Fightin' Joe (IG) and the Independent Green Party. We need the Green New Deal eco jobs for the economy. Rail jobs. Solar jobs. Wind Jobs. Geothermal Jobs. Thank you to our Independent Green Party Fightin' Joe voters!"

Gail for Rail Parker, Independent Green Party state vice chair, "We thank Fightin' Joe Morrissey (IG) for his political courage. Fightin' Joe (IG) has been there for the voters, tonight they were there for Fightin Joe!"

State legislator Joseph D. Morrissey, Independent Green Party, stuns the Virginia political world with tonight's victory.

"The Independent Green Party has worked decades for the Green New Deal positive solutions of eco for the economy. More Trains, Less Traffic. Rail jobs. Solar jobs. Wind jobs. Now one of our own is in the state legislature!"

Carey Campbell, Independent Green Party state executive committee.  

13 jan 15 @ 9:06 pm est          Comments


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