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GreenPartyUS
Now that the GOP has failed to pass the #AHCA, it's time to be bold and pass Medicare For All. No more underinsured… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

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SFGreenParty
Our own State Senator just passed a bill to use CA tax money to "investigate" this conspiracy theory. twitter.com/hangthebankers…

6 days ago

juliacarriew
Dakota Access pipeline: ING sells stake in major victory for divestment push theguardian.com/us-news/2017/m…

Retweeted 1 week ago

SFCitizen
Rec and Park’s Garbage Can Removal Campaign Proceeds Apace – And Here’s the Result sfcitizen.com/blog/2017/03/2… pic.twitter.com/LGDWrQjuUn

Retweeted 1 week ago

MattBors
Any good takes that aren't spiteful of young people start appearing we'll know what happened twitter.com/kurteichenwald…

Retweeted 2 weeks ago

SFGreenParty
While Dems push for new Cold War, #Russia recently cut military budget. Bipartisan pro war stance is destroying US. twitter.com/kylegriffin1/s…

2 weeks ago

SFGreenParty
If NL had a broken elections system like the US, fascists might have won. Multi party system was critical. twitter.com/davidcnswanson…

2 weeks ago

rolandlisf
All the details on the two proposals, which will be presented at @sfplanning commission today:… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Retweeted 2 weeks ago

beatonna
happy Ides of March, beware your local senators

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Baum Campaign Update

Terry Joan Baum

Last week, Green Party mayoral candidate Terry Joan Baum turned in 1,280 valid signatures from people who want to see her on the ballot, 6th best among all 35 candidates currently in the running.  She beat out several more well-known figures, including Phil Ting, Tony Hall, Joanna Rees, and Michaela Alioto-Pier!

Terry's campaign needs to raise money to pay the remainder of her filing fee, so please visit her web page and donate!

This week, the Baum campaign opened a campaign office at 2940 16th St. Suite 209.  She has also been invited to participate in two more mayoral debates:  Thurs, Aug 18, from 6-8 pm at the West Bay Conference Center in the Fillmore District, and Thurs, Sept. 22, from 7-9 pm at UCSF Cole Hall, 513 Parnassus Ave in the Inner Sunset.