Green Party Senate Candidate Flowers Offers Grassroots AlternativeMaryland voters will put a new face in the senate, choosing between Democrat Congressman Chris Van Hollen, Republican State Delegate Kathy Szeliga, and Green Party candidate Dr. Margaret Flowers, running her first political campaign.
Mass. Doctor Wins Green Party's Presidential NodA doctor who ran against Mitt Romney for Massachusetts governor a decade ago won the chance to challenge him again on Saturday, this time as the Green Party's presidential nominee.
Green Party Delegates To Meet In Baltimore To Nominate Presidential CandidateA medical doctor who once challenged Mitt Romney for governor of Massachusetts says she has enough delegates to win the Green Party's presidential nomination.
Driver Guilty In Crash That Killed Senate CandidateA driver who struck and killed a Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate in 2010 has been convicted of failing to remain at the scene of an accident.
Baltimore Expected To Host Green Party ConventionBaltimore is expected to host the Green Party's 2012 presidential nomination convention.
Maryland Judge Puts Third Parties Back On Ballot A judge has ruled the Libertarian and Green political parties have enough signatures from registered voters to be recognized on Maryland ballots.
Board To Re-Examine Third-Party SignaturesThe Maryland State Board of Elections will take another look at signatures that were deemed invalid in a drive by the Libertarian Party and Green Party to have their candidates recognized on state ballots, an attorney for the board said Friday.
Md. Libertarians, Greens, Sue For Ballot Access The Libertarian Party of Maryland and the Maryland Green Party are suing the state elections board to be recognized as parties in Maryland, after their nominees failed to get the required 1 percent of votes cast last November in the governor's race.