PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Shoreline Green Party   www.shorelinegreenparty.org June 18, 2018 For immediate release Green Party Announces Candidate for State Representative, 35th District  CLINTON, CT  — The Shoreline Green Party, a chapter of the Green Party of Connecticut, announces the candidacy of Madeleine Leveille for State Representative in the 35th District, comprising the towns of Clinton, Killingworth, and Westbrook.  Madeleine is a Clinton resident with a long career as a clinical and forensic psychologist and her platform calls for fundamental tax reform, environmental protection, and social justice. As a Green she is unafraid to take up the issues that the Democrats and Republicans ignore, foremost among themRead More →

Zip06.com North Branford –  Published June 15, 2018 Published Jun 15, 2018, • Last Updated 12:51 pm, June 15, 2018 The Shoreline Green Party, a chapter of the Green Party of Connecticut, announces the candidacy of Colin Souney for State Representative in the 86th District, comprising the town of North Branford and parts of North Guilford, Durham, and Wallingford. Colin Souney is a long time Guilford resident and 1993 Guilford High School graduate who has worked in the area for over two decades in a variety of vocations including construction, welding and machining, and operating his own business. Says Souney, “I will be a common sense voiceRead More →

A truly important article by Bruce Dixon of the Black Agenda report nails it. We need to build carefully, mentoring new members for gradual building of leadership, reach out in non-traditional ways to potential black, brown, LGBTQ members who have or may be groomed to obtain organizational leadership skills. Not everyone has it, and though everyone is valued, organizational leadership success is dependent on a clear and well run strategy. I am so glad I will be able to see it’s author, Bruce Dixon, a GP leader and managing editor of Black Agenda Report speaking on panels with Glen Ford, Chris Hedges, and others thisRead More →