SB 146 Signed Into Law!

SB 146 unanimously passed the Oregon House of Representatives on June 20 and was subsequently signed by the Governor, becoming law!

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Hooray - Oregon Senate Bill 146 Approved Unanimously!

Pacific Green Party ballot access legislation SB 146 -- extending to 4 years the period of ballot qualification -- passed the Oregon Senate unanimously on May 29. The bill is now in the House where I expect it will be assigned to the House Rules Committee.

State Convention to be June 2 in Eugene - Sneak Peek of the Draft Agenda

To be held Sunday 2 June 2013 at the Grower's Market across from the Amtrak station in Eugene. Tentatively scheduled from 10 am to 4 pm. Coffee and breakfast refreshments will be provided, lunch will be at local restaurants.

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Meet Oregon's New Green Judge

Pacific Green Party member Matt Donohue has been appointed by Governor John Kitzhaber to fill a vacancy on the Benton County bench. Donohue is currently serving his second term on the Corvallis School Board.

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Let's Tell President Obama to Take Bold Climate Action

From Bill McKibben, Co-Founder,


I immediately added my name to this open letter to President Obama calling for bold climate action, and I hope you will too. Add your name here.


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The Pacific Green Party Endorses the Move To Amend Campaign

We, the People of the United States of America, reject the U.S. Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling, and move to amend our Constitution to firmly establish that money is not speech, and that human beings, not corporations, are persons entitled to constitutional rights.

For more information on this campaign, follow this link.

Congressman Peter DeFazio Supports Coal Exports

Read the Oregon Live article regarding another sellout by the Democratic Party. Also Eugene Register Guard article opposing coal trains. And remember, the "free trade" agreements he references are another Democratic Party sellout.

Convention Minutes July 31, 2010

Suzia Aufderheide appointed by Convention to
replace Chris Mason as a national delegate to the GPUS.

Convention nominated Candy Neville as the PGP US Senate after two
hours of discussion. Vote was by consensus. A consideration of a run
for Governor was discussed and it was decided that a US Senate run was
best for her. Stand-aside: Randy Prince

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Decisions taken at March 2010 Nominating Convention

Decisions from the March 6, 2010 Nominating Convention

Rick Staggenborg nominated for U.S. Senate by instant runoff voting.
Results of first ballot
Rick Staggenborg 12
Candy Neville 3
None of the Above 2
Abstention 1

Decisions taken at February 2008 Convention

  • Location of June Annual Business and Nominating Convention was agreed by consensus to be held in Portland on June 7-8 2008. June 7th is the date for the Nominating Convention and June 8th is the date for the Annual Business Convnention.
  • Changing references to “ASGP”in the Bylaws to “GPUS” were agreed by consensus with one stand-aside: Ken Adams. This change had previously been announced and posted on the web site. The new Secretary (see below) has the action to send a copy of the revised Bylaws to the Oregon Secretary of State within 30 days.
  • The change to the delegation count in the Bylaws was agreed by consensus to be moved to the June convention for a vote. This change will be announced again and is already posted on the web site.
  • Endorsement of the follow campaigns was reached by consensus:
  • Seth Woolley was voted by consensus to fill the office of PGP Secretary.