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About Primary Elections

Dates to Remember

  1. May 21, 2012
    Last day to register to vote
  2. May 29, 2012
    Last day to apply for a
    vote-by-mail ballot by mail
  3. June 5, 2012
    Election Day

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Green Party

Amidst climate change and historic income inequality, the Green Party stands for green energy and people power. Voting Green means:

  • a state bank to invest in California, not Wall Street
  • publicly-owned clean, safe energy - solar and wind by distributed generation, not centralized nuclear and fossil fuels
  • money out of politics, public financing of elections, ending corporate personhood
  • people into politics, proportional representation, fair ballot access
  • fair taxation - instead of cutting funding for schools and clinics, cut workers' taxes while taxing pollution, carbon and the rich
  • living wage jobs, affordable housing, legal marriages and single-payer health care for all
  • liveable cities, sustainable agriculture, nature protection
  • immigrants rights
  • peace not war

With enough Greens elected, we'll

  • fully fund K-12, roll-back college/university tuition towards universal free public education
  • end the death penalty, amend Three-Strikes, overturn the National Defense Authorization Act which allows indefinite detention of Americans without trial
  • keep renters and homeowners secure, reform Proposition 13 to close corporate loopholes
  • close Diablo Canyon and San Onofre and create a Solar California

Occupy your government. Vote Green.

The order of the statements was determined by lot.
Statements on this page were supplied by political parties and have not been checked for accuracy by any official agency.