In Ohio, Green Party candidates are organizing to hold politicians in the Democrat and Republican Parties accountable for decades of right-wing misrule. For the office of governor, Dennis Spisak is running on a platform to increase revenue, pushing for single-payer health care, creating jobs through green energy policies, and boosting education.
Spisak for Governor
548 Poland Ave.
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On a more local level, Green Party candidate David Ellison is running for the county executive position that was ostensibly created in response to the huge corruption scandal now plaguing Democrat Party leaders.
The above link is to the main campaign web site. To volunteer or donate, see below.
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The Committee to Elect David Ellison
6403 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44102
If you want a look at Ellison’s plans for Cuyahoga, here is the link to read them.
Also, Green Party candidate Alan Crossman is running for a seat on the county council in Cuyahogs.
For statewide office, in addition to the governor’s race, Dennis Lambert is running for the position of State Representative, District 89.
Others have dishonestly claimed that the non-Democrat left is not organized. But the fact of these and other candidacies from left-wing activists shows that, yes, we are indeed organized. One can make legitimate criticisms as to the level and quality of that organization, but it does exist.