Join Dr. Jill Stein August 4th – August 7th: Green Party National Convention & Annual Meeting In Houston.


Join Us in Houston for the Green Party National Convention and Annual Meeting

Please join us at the Green Party’s 2016 Annual National Meeting, which runs from Thursday, August 4  through Sunday, August 7.


Thursday-Sunday:   Visit the Jill Stein Campaign Store in the Student Center at the University of Houston.  You can pick up buttons, bumper stickers, and some great t-shirts.

Friday, August 5: Meet Jill at a meet-and-greet reception to start at approximately 7pm in the Student Center at the University of Houston.  Light refreshments will be served.

Saturday, August 6:  Green Party Presidential Nominating Convention.  Come show your support for Jill as the delegates nominate the presidential and vice-presidential candidates for the Green Party.

Saturday, August 6:  Come to the Party for the Revolution  which starts at 7pm in the ballroom in the Student Center.  This will be a celebration of what we have accomplished as well as a blockbuster campaign rally to launch Jill into the home stretch.   Free tickets will be provided for everyone attending the ANM.  Additional tickets will be available for Jill’s supporters who were not at the ANM. Can’t make it to Houston? Find out how you can host your own watch party with the event’s livestream!

Thursday-Sunday:  A series of campaign training workshops will be held in the Student Center.  These are a great opportunity to plug into the volunteer initiatives of the campaign and to hit the ground running when you return home.  The Stein campaign is rewriting the book on how to run a Green campaign, and our experts will help you acquire skills in social media and press relations that will be invaluable in your local party building initiatives.  The greatest number of workshops are scheduled for 9am-12 noon on Sunday.  A complete schedule will be provided in July.


The Annual National Meeting runs from Thursday, August 4 though Sunday, August 7, and includes the Presidential Nominating Convention which will occur on Saturday, August 6.  Anyone may register for the ANM,  but only people who have been designated as delegates by their state party will be able to vote at the Presidential Nominating Convention.  For more information on the Annual National Meeting,  go to http://www.gp.org/pnc-2016

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GP ADVISORY Info for media: 2016 Green Convention in Houston, Aug. 4-7

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Green Party’s 2016 Presidential Nominating Convention will take place on Saturday, August 6, during the party’s Annual National Meeting in Houston, Texas. Green candidates, delegates, and others will meet from Thursday, August 4 through Sunday, August 7, on the campus of the University of Houston, 4800 Calhoun Road in Houston ( http://www.uh.edu ).


“Following the Republican and Democratic conventions, the Green convention will be watched closely because of widely anticipated dissatisfaction with the projected nominees of both of the established parties,” said Tamar Yager, co-chair of the Green Party of the United States and co-chair of the party’s Annual National Meeting Committee. “We look forward to welcoming many Bernie Sanders supporters if he doesn’t emerge from the DNC as the nominee, as well as other voters who are considering alternatives to the two corporate-money parties and their candidates.”

Along with the nomination, the Green convention will feature panels, workshops, plenary sessions of the Green National Committee, and other events. Many of these events will be open to the media and public.

The party will hold press conferences featuring Green candidates, especially those running for the presidential nomination and for public office in Texas. Members of the media may register for credentials here (http://www.gp.org/media-credentials ) as well as on site during the convention.

The theme of the Green convention is “Houston, We Have A Solution: Vote Green 2016.”

“Texas Greens are excited to host this historic convention, which will bring attention to so many critical issues in a city that lies at the heart of the corporate empire. We believe Houston is uniquely situated to influence the national political dialogue, and to help lead the way in finding solutions for the future,” said Laura Palmer, co-chair of the Green Party of Texas State Executive Committee.


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TENTATIVE SCHEDULE of press conferences, subject to change:

Thursday, August 4: Introduction to the convention, 4 p.m.

Friday, August 5: Green candidates running for local and statewide office in Texas and across the U.S., 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Saturday, August 6: Presidential candidates’ press conference in the morning; presidential nominee’s press conference late in the afternoon, times to be announced. Media are invited to cover the nomination process during the day.

Green candidates will be available for interview during the convention. For contact and other information about the presidential candidates, see these pages ( http://gpus.org/committees/presidential-campaign-support/2016-recognized-candidates and http://gpus.org/committees/presidential-campaign-support/2016-candidates-seeking-gpus-nomination ).

The convention web site ( http://www.gp.org/pnc-2016 ) includes detailed information about transportation, housing, and registration for participants, observers, and media. More information about the schedule of events will be announced and posted as the meeting draws nearer.


The Green Party’s 2012 convention took place in Baltimore, Maryland. Green nominees in previous presidential election years were Jill Stein and Cheri Honkala (2012), Cynthia McKinney and Rosa Clemente (2008), David Cobb and Pat LaMarche (2004), and Ralph Nader and Winona LaDuke (2000 and 1996).

Information and events for media at the Green Party’s 2016 Presidential Nominating Convention in Houston, Texas, Aug. 4-7

Location: Campus of the University of Houston, 4800 Calhoun Road, Houston, Texas

Date: August 4-7; Green presidential nomination on Saturday, August 6

2016 Green Presidential Nominating Convention site: http://www.gp.org/pnc-2016

Media credentialing page: http://www.gp.org/media-credentials

Green presidential candidates’ pages:

Nomination process: http://www.gp.org/2016-gpus-presidential-nomination

Convention theme: “Houston, We Have A Solution: Vote Green 2016”

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Green Party of the United States

For Immediate Release:
Monday, April 4, 2016

Scott McLarty, Media Coordinator, 202-904-7614, mclarty@greens.org
Starlene Rankin, Media Coordinator, starlene@gp.org
Tamar Yager, Co-chair of the Annual National Meeting Committee, 540-631-7222, 502-296-3849 (cell),tamaryager@gp.org

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2 replies »

  1. Mr Militant, did you see the petition to urge Samantha Bee to have Jill Stein on her show? I’m signing it. [http://www.jill2016.com/samanthabee?utm_campaign=samanthabee&utm_medium=email&utm_source=jillstein]


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