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Denver Green Party considering endorsement of Denver’s 2B

Our next meeting is Sunday, September 25 at 2 p.m. at the Corky Gonzales Library on West Colfax and Irving Street, just west of Federal.  At that meeting, we will be discussing whether to endorse 2B, which is a question facing voters in Denver County on this November’s ballot. The Denver Justice Project and other Denver Community groups and Members have been working with Councilperson Paul Lopez to put Referred Question 2B on the November ballot, which proposes an amendment to the Denver City Charter that would inscribe the Office of Independent Monitor (OIM) as a permanent fixture of our city government.   The OIM is the only official body in Denver dedicated to independent civilian oversight of law enforcement, and voting Yes on 2B could be an important step toward strengthening police accountability in our city. Read the text of 2B as passed by city council: For an ordinance submitting to a vote of the qualified and registered electors of the City and County of Denver at a special municipal election to be held in conjunction with the state general election of November 8, 2016, a proposed amendment to the Charter of the City and County of Denver concerning the Office of the Independent Monitor The full text of the proposed measure is here (this may not be the final version): http://denvergreenparty.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/FINAL.Charter.OIM_.Lopez_.proposal.7-28-2016.docx.pdf We are also considering other measures, such as Proposition 106 (End of Life Options) and Amendment 71 (“Raise the Bar”). What else should we be considering? Remember, to vote on endorsing these measures, you must be a dues-paid member of the Denver Green Party.  They’re only $15 per... read more

Summer picnic this Sunday 11 a.m.

Our apologies for the email that went out without the times!  We’re meeting at Ruby Hill Park this Sunday, July 31 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to mingle and build solidarity with your fellow Greens. It’s time to socialize! The Denver Green Party will be holding its first annual SUMMER IN THE PARK picnic at Denver’s Ruby Hill Park. We’ll provide the dogs, chips and sodas, but you can bring a dish to share too. No cost, all ages. We’ll be talking about our candidates, our platform and just good progressive policy in general. Bring your blanket and/or lawn chairs. Need not be a Green to come and hang! Ruby Hill Park is at 1200 W. Florida Avenue in Denver.  Text 303-550-0677 with questions.... read more

Sanders Supporters: What’s Your Plan B?

So then, given the labyrinthine aspect of this process and diminishing returns of each step, it’s time to take stock. Is your support of Sanders about the progressive agenda or about the candidate? If it’s truly about the agenda, then what’s your Plan B?

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