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Montana Green Party Launches Petition to Get Back on the Ballot

Published on December 5, 2012, by in General.

The Montana Green Party has begun circulating the petition to regain party status. Montana was one of only three western states in which Jill Stein didn’t appear on the ballot last month. The petition needs 5,000 signatures. The Montana Green Party was on the ballot 2000-2004.

7 Responses

  1. c

    has the constitution party begun petitioning anywere?

  2. Jed Siple

    Best of luck to them.

  3. David

    The Republicans will be glad to have them on the ballot as they take and spilt those Democratic votes.


  5. clay

    This is nice to hear. I thoroughly believe the Green Party needs to dedicate itself to a greater presence in the Mountain West.

  6. Tom

    Jill Stein’s campaign was a great way to re-energize the Green Party in places that had lost official status. Expect the Greens to regain ballot access in 2014 in a number of states.

  7. darrel

    What “Democratic” votes? All I see are unrepresented voters looking for a political venue that actually cares about the environment and social justice, neither of which has been on the Democratic Party’s agenda for some time. Are you saying that Montana’s progressive voters should just be satisfied with the Democratic governor’s sponsorship of Big Coal development and Megaloads for the Tarsands, with a Democrat dominated congressional delegation that resists even an Air Force attempt to do an EIS or Environmental Assessment on our toxic and dangerous obsolete Minuteman missile patch in the middle of our state, or a President who talks good, but walks ever backward? We need a workable voice not more ‘liberal’ pretenders.

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