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PA Greens to Announce Caucus Results in State College
GREEN PARTY OF PENNSYLVANIA
May 14, 2012
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The Green Party of Pennsylvania (GPPA, www.gpofpa.org/) will meet on Saturday, May 19, from 10 am to 4 pm, at Days Inn Penn State on 240 Pugh St. in State College , PA. The main purpose of this meeting is to announce the results a series of caucuses held throughout the state. From the Buzz Cafe in Philadelphia to Citizen Power in Pittsburgh , Greenline Paper in York , Borough buildings. libraries, cafes, restaurants and hotels in Swarthmore, La Plume, Bethlehem , Lansdale, Reading , Wilkes-Barre , Lancaster and Honesdale were meeting places for Greens to discuss and declare their preferences for a Presidential candidate.
The candidates include Dr. Jill Stein, www.jillstein.org/, physician, teacher of internal medicine, environmental health advocate and former candidate for State Representative, Secretary of State and Governor of Massachusetts; Roseanne Barr, www.roseanneforpresident2012.org, actress, comedian, television producer and activist; and Dr. Kent Mesplay, www.mesplay.org/, San Diego Air Quality Inspector and longtime Green Party activist.
The caucus results will instruct Pennsylvania's 9 delegates how to vote in the 2012 Green Party of the U.S. Presidential Convention to be held in Baltimore, MD, July 12 - 15, www.gpconvention2012.com/. Balloting has been close, a cliffhanger is expected. This meeting is open to the public. Friends and supporters of the Green Party are welcome to attend.
The Green Party of Pennsylvania is an independent political party that stands in opposition to the two corporate parties. The Green Party of Pennsylvania stands for grassroots democracy, social justice, nonviolence, and ecology. For more information on GPPA please visit www.gpofpa.org or call 888-721-4733.