Current Green Party Campaigns in Virginia

For the November 7th, 2017 election the Green Party of Virginia has five candidates for House of Delegates. You can support our candidates by visiting their websites, volunteering, and donating. Please help us be the independent voice for Virginians—for People, Peace, and Planet.

District maps are available HERE.

Green Party Nominates Four Candidates for Virginia House of Delegates

Seats in House of Delegates To Be Contested

Culpeper, VA., January 31, 2017


The Green Party of Virginia voted to nominate its first round of candidates for the House of Delegates at its bi-annual business meeting in Culpeper, Virginia on Saturday Jan 28th, 2017.

Candidates are:

New Website

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The GPVA IT Committee has transferred the contents of the main website to Drupal. We have also now transferred our membership database. Current members should NOT create new accounts on this site -- You should instead check your email for login instructions. All others are welcome to join the party now by creating new accounts.

There is also a Nationbuilder site in progress at : https://vagreenparty.nationbuilder.com/.

Arlington Housing Authority Referendum now on November ballot!

The lack of affordable housing in Arlington, Virginia has reached critical proportions. In fact, it is estimated that two thirds of all affordable housing units in the county have been lost in the last decade. The Arlington Green Party (AGP) has been successful in getting a referendum on the 2013 ballot that would create a housing authority to increase the supply of affordable housing.

Raise the Virginia Gas and Diesel Tax

Virginia Governor McDonnell proposed in early January that the General Assembly eliminate the state tax of 17.5 cents per gallon on gasoline, and raise the retail sales tax of 5 percent to 5.8 percent (see the Washington Post, "VA governor proposes replacing gas tax with sales tax increase as part of $3.1B roads plan," Jan. 8, 2013 ).



FEC Approves GPVA as a State Political Party Committee

Feb 6, 2013

Dear Greens,
I am happy to report that I attended the FEC meeting this morning in which the full commission unanimously approved draft Advisory Opinion 2012-39 designating GPVA as a state political party committee. The practical effect of this ruling is that GPVA's contribution limit to federal candidates has been doubled from $2,500 to $5,000 for both the primary and the general election phase of every federal election cycle.

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