Ohio Green Party Newsletter
November 25, 2009 in State Party News
NEWSLETTER OF THE GREEN PARTY OF OHIO
NOVEMBER 25, 2009
State Convention Saturday, January 23, 2010.
Save the Date! The Green Party of Ohio state convention will be held in Columbus on Saturday, January 23, 2010 from 10am- 4pm . The day-long event will be in Room 100 of the Northwood Building, 2231 North High Street. There is ample parking behind the building and public transportation serves the area. http://www.universitydistrict.org/room100.php
Join us for grassroots democracy, camaraderie, political activism, potluck lunch and an immediate opportunity to effect real change in Ohio.
More details will be forthcoming in this newsletter and at the Ohio Greens web site. Stay tuned!
Sign The Petition In Support of National Jobs Legislation
The National Jobs For All Coalition is organizing a campaign for jobs. The campaign supports several pieces of legislation in the U.S. Congress; bills that will make a wide range of improvements to our society and at the same time create millions of needed jobs. Print out, sign and circulate the petition at http://d.yimg.com/kq/groups/2719966/1993193480/name/Petition%20Oct.%20.doc Find out more about the National Jobs For All Coalition at http://www.njfac.org/
Run For Office in 2010!
If you, or someone you know would like to run for office in Ohio as a Green Party candidate contact Logan Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org, (937) 275-7259. Join those Greens who have run for Governor/Lt. Governor, Secretary of State, US Congress, Ohio House and Senate, City Council, Township Trustee and Board of Education. More and more Green candidates qualify for the ballot every year and you could be the next Green to be elected!
Want Real Health Care Reform? Join SPANOhio.
SPANOhio, The Single Payer Action Network Of Ohio is a non-profit coalition of labor, political, health care provider, business and citizen groups and individuals working for universal healthcare in Ohio and The Health Care For All Ohioans Act. Now, more than ever it is apparent that the job of fixing our broken system and guaranteeing health care rights for everyone will fall to the states and Ohio is at the forefront of the struggle. Find out how you can be a part of this important effort at http://spanohio.org/