Democrats Challenge Green Party's Ballot Petition for Governor

Audio, Interview with Howie Hawkins, WOOC 105.3 FM, Troy, NY, June 10, 2022

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With New York’s Hectic Petitioning Season in Overdrive, is There a Better Way to Get on the Ballot?

Jeanmarie Evelly, City Limits, June 8, 2022

Independent candidates seeking a statewide office like governor must now collect at least 45,000 signatures to qualify, up from 15,000 before the 2019 rule change. Democratic and Republican gubernatorial candidates, meanwhile, still only need to meet the 15,000-signature threshold—what Green Party candidate Gloria Mattera called an “undemocratic” and “two-tiered” system.

“Suppressing smaller parties, and choices, is a form of voter suppression,” said Mattera, who is running for lieutenant governor alongside Howie Hawkins, who’s running for governor. The Green and Libertarian parties have filed a joint lawsuit seeking to reverse the 2019 ballot access changes.


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Gloria Mattera is the Green Party Nominee for Lieutenant Governor

Hudson Mohawk Magazine, WOOC 105.3 FM, Troy, NY, June 1, 2022

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Capital Pressroom Interview with Howie Hawkins

Focus on Albany: Howie Hawkins

WGXC Community Radio, Acra, NY, May 1, 2022

Green Party's 2022 Strategy

NY Now, WHMT, PBS, May 1, 2022

Hawkins runs for NY governor for a fourth time

Capital Tonight, Spectrum News, April 28, 2022

Text Article and Video Interview with Howie Hawkins

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Green Party Nominates Hawkins For Governor And Mattera For Lt. Governor

Audio: Hudson Mohawk Magazine, WOOC 105.3 FM, April 27, 2022

The Green Party is running Howie Hawkins for Governor and Gloria Mattera for Lt. Governor. They discuss their campaign and its call for a Green New Deal, single-payer heath care, anti-poverty initiatives and grassroots democracy. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.

Syracuse’s Howie Hawkins launches campaign for governor

WRVO, Syracuse, April 26, 2022

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Green Party announces candidates for New York gubernatorial election

WAER, Syracuse, April 26, 2022

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