Solano Greens

The Green Party of Solano County California

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Thurs (3/27): Campaign Kick Off Rally for Jena Goodman’s Run for CA Lieutenant Governor


Join Jena Goodman, candidate for Lieutenant Governor, for her campaign kick off rally on Thursday March 27th at 12 noon at the Vallejo City Hall.

Goodman is a Vallejo resident and will kick off her campaign on steps of Vallejo City Hall at 555 Santa Clara St. in Vallejo.

Jena Goodman served over 7,000 students as president of the Associated Students of Napa Valley College from 2012-2013. She is also former chair of the Solano County Green Party. She is currently a student at UC Davis studying biodiversity and ecology.

Goodman’s campaign is about building coalition between the student movements, working class struggles, and environmentalism to bring a Green vision to California.

Her campaign platform calls for:

-Free access to public colleges and universities
-Living wage green jobs to build a green economy
-Protecting the environment


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Thurs (3/20): “Richmond Is Doing It, Why Not Vallejo?”

Are you or your neighbors paying a mortgage much higher than the current assessed value? You’re not alone.

GayleMcLaughlinaCome hear Richmond Mayor Gayle McLaughlin and the non-profit community organization Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) describe their new program that is designed to bring help to underwater homeowners.

When: March 20, 2014, 7:30. Doors open at 7.
Where: Bay Terrace Theater 51 Daniels Ave, Vallejo
Parking available

Print out the flyer to help spread the word!

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Napa Meet-and-Greet for Three Green Candidates
The Napa Greens will host a Meet & Greet with three Green/no-corporate-money candidates: Luis Rodriguez, Ellen Brown, and Laura Wells, who are running for Governor, Treasurer, and Controller respectively (see endorsement post). They call for using the budget surplus to help the poor, not to create a Rainy Day Fund, and for a publicly-owned State Bank to invest in California not Wall Street.
All candidates are gathering 10,000 signatures-in-lieu-of-a-filing fee (before recent “campaign reform” it was 150 signatures), raising funds, and and asking for your vote in the “Top Two” primary on June 3, 2014.
Slack Art Collective is a great space that serves as art studios and a community center.
January 17, 2014 at 6pm – 9pm
Slack Art Collective, 964 Pearl St, Napa, CA
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Special November Kick-off Meeting for Solano Greens

Feeling Green?

The Solano County Green Party is Growing New Roots!

Meeting to be held November 18 at 7 PM in the Joseph Room of the Vallejo Library

Solano County Green Party
P.O. Box 2386
Benicia, CA 94510

To Our Many friends in Vallejo and Solano County,

The Solano County Green Party is reforming. Tired of the same old politics? Tired of the ham handed back door dealings? Do you wish to make a long term commitment to the only International Environmental Organization that is working to save the planet worldwide?

Then come to our meeting on Monday, November 18th at the Joseph Room at the Vallejo JFK Library, 505 Santa Clara St., on the second floor. We will be starting at 7 pm sharp.

Champagne reception will follow the meeting.

Let us form a true progressive organization that can bring some sanity to our city government.

Joe Feller
Victoria Ashley

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Vallejo City Council Endorsements

The Solano County Green Party is announcing its support for the following candidates for City Council:

Katy Miessner
katyKaty has been active in a number of grassroots campaigns and has been a very positive member of the community. Her experience in the Orderly Growth movement, the Sierra Club and the Mira Theater has been a boon to the residents of Vallejo. Katy has also worked tirelessly to bring light to the backdoor deals that used to be the way of City Hall. Katy will bring a wealth of experience to the Council while also working to keep the shining light of scrutiny on the Council’s actions.

Liat Meitzenheimer

Liat is a long time board member of GVRD and has worked both for the parks and for open space in general. She has experience from both GVRD and her time on the human rights committee of the City. Liat will be an important asset for the Council with her long term knowledge of the City and will also be a prudent financial supervisor with her background with GVRD.

Joanne Schivley
JoanneJoanne has come to the Council before with her fiscal prudence and her responsible attitude for the overall economic health of the City. It will be in Vallejoan’s best interest to bring the financial acumen that Joanne possesses back to the Council that is still trying to balance its books after bankruptcy.


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