Attaining ballot access is likely the most important thing we can do to grow the Green Party in Kansas. Once we have ballot access, the Kansas Green Party can nominate candidates for ANY PARTISAN OFFICE and registered Kansas voters will be able to register as Greens. To attain ballot access, we must collect signatures forContinue reading “The Kansas Green Party will Petition for Ballot Access in 2021!”
The Kansas Green Party held its annual statewide meeting on January 16th, 2021. Please see the recording posted here.
On January 16, 2021, the Kansas Green Party held its annual convention. At the convention, an amendment to the party’s bylaws was proposed and was passed unanimously. This new article of the bylaws provides rules for future presidential primaries. ARITICLE X – PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES The Kansas Green Party may hold a vote among its membersContinue reading “The Kansas Green Party Amends Bylaws to Provide Rules for Future Presidential Primaries”
We are continuing to build this party. We now have 83 official members across the state, two local chapters are forming, and other members are showing interest in forming local chapters. There is still a lot of work to do though. The big gorilla in the room is ballot access. We are making plans toContinue reading “Kansas Green Party Update”
Below is the bylaws amendment proposed by the Kansas Green Party Council. The amendment provides rules and guidelines for future presidential primaries. On Monday, October 12, the below text was provided to all current members of the Kansas Green Party as of that date. Members have been given until Monday October 26 to comment onContinue reading “The Kansas Green Party Council Proposes Amendment to Kansas Green Party Bylaws”
From September 27 to October 5th, the 65 current members of the Kansas Green Party were given the opportunity to vote in favor of Kent Rowe being elected as Co-Chair of the Kansas Green Party. At a Kansas Green Party Council Meeting on September 27, Teresa Wilke (Co-Chair), Paul Krumm (Treasurer), Nick Blessing (Secretary), andContinue reading “Kent Rowe Elected Co-Chair”
Things are looking pretty good and I am very optimistic. We now have 54 members in our party. This is a substantial increase from just two months ago when we only had 15 members. We are also engaging with our members to establish local chapters throughout the state. Also, we will soon be announcing ourContinue reading “Progress within the Kansas Green Party”
The Kansas Green Party is in a major building/rebuilding phase. This is a difficult process and we are very much in need of people to step up into leadership roles. We are growing and we have good people in leadership, but we are in need of new blood with new ideas. We need folks whoContinue reading “It ain’t easy being Green”