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Virginia Condemns the Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast Pipelines

It is a simple matter of biology that humans need clean water to drink and clean air to breathe. We crave a home connected to a broader community through ties of history. We rely on climactic stability to produce the crops which sustain modern civilization. Yet shortsighted forces in Washington, Richmond, and private industry have threatened all of these with the construction of two interstate natural gas pipelines, the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP).

GPVA Responds to the State of the Union

Contrary to the views of President Trump, we will not make our country stronger or safer by demonizing immigrants. International peace will never be secured through violence and unbridled militarism. Wasting over $1,000,000,000 on expanding the world's largest nuclear arsenal will not deter our enemies, but merely create more opportunities for accidents. Tax cuts have meant nothing to the millions of workers who haven't received a raise in decades. Violating the civil liberties of immigrants, suspected criminals, and American citizens will never make us more secure.

GPVA Calls For Adoption of an Environmental Sustainable State Building Code

RICHMOND, VA- A number of environmental groups in Virginia have been advocating for years for Virginia to establish an energy saving and environmentally friendly building code that would make a substantial reduction in carbon emissions in the commonwealth. Carbon emissions from buildings (commercial and residential) are the largest energy use in the United States.

Hate Groups not welcome in Charlottesville -- Or in Virginia

RICHMOND, VA- Hundreds of haters will gather in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday, and the Green Party of Virginia joins with millions of our citizens in proclaiming that there is no place for them in our commonwealth. They represent what the Southern Poverty Law Center describes as "a broad spectrum of far-right extremist groups – from immigration foes to anti-Semitic bigots, neo-Confederates, Proud Boys, Patriot and militia types, outlaw bikers, swastika-wearing neo-Nazis, white nationalists and Ku Klux Klan members," rallying under the banner "Unite the Right."

Current Green Party Campaigns in Virginia

For the November 7th, 2017 election the Green Party of Virginia has five candidates for House of Delegates. You can support our candidates by visiting their websites, volunteering, and donating. Please help us be the independent voice for Virginians—for People, Peace, and Planet.

District maps are available HERE.

GPVA Condemns Racist Rally in C'Ville

Richmond May 16, 2017

The Green Party of Virginia joins Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer in condemning the racist torch lit rally recently held by white supremacists in Charlottesville, VA. The rally, which included infamous white-nationalist Richard Spencer, was held to protest the decision to remove the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee from a park.

Green Party of Virginia Calls for Medicare for All

Corporate Parties Unable to Address the Crisis
Richmond, VA May, 5, 2017

The Green Party of Virginia calls for a Medicare type healthcare system for all Americans. At a time when our legislators from the two corporate led parties have demonstrated the inability to adequately address the crisis before us, we call for a federally administered single-payer health care program. Universal single-payer health care means comprehensive coverage for all Americans as a right of citizenship.

GPVA Endorses Workers March in DC

Stands in Solidarity With Labor
Richmond, VA 4/20/17

The Green Party of Virginia leadership has voted to endorse the Workers March scheduled for April 30 in Washington, DC. It encourages its members, supporters and friends to join in solidarity.

In his first message to Congress Abraham Lincoln said it well, that "Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves higher consideration."


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