Volunteer to help the Green Party in the 2017 General Election
“The Green Party is 99% made up of volunteers – this is how we’ve been running for over 40 years. There is so much to do to win elections, we rely on volunteers and welcome your help. Whatever skillset or ability you have, you will be an asset to us.
Help locally by canvassing or leafleting on the build up to elections, or help the national or regional party in their office.”
Click on this link to sign up for volunteering.
In 2015, Green Party candidate Darren Hall came in second in Bristol West. With 17,227 votes, he trailed Labour’s Thangam Debbonaire by 5,673 votes. In 2017, Molly Scott Cato will contest Bristol West for the Greens.
“Molly is an economist, writer, and Green MEP for South West England. She wants to see our NHS, our schools, our railways, and other public services in public hands; a fair and resilient local economy that puts people and local jobs first; better quality, affordable, secure housing that meets local demand; affordable energy and radical action to tackle climate change. Molly fought hard for justice and environmental rights in the European Parliament. Now she wants to speak out for Bristol.”
In 2015, Caroline Lucas not only held her Brighton Pavilion seat, she also significantly increased her winning margin. With 22,871 votes, she finished 7,967 votes ahead of Labour’s candidate.
“Caroline Lucas was elected as Member of Parliament for Brighton Pavilion in 2010. She was elected as Co-Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales with Jonathan Bartley last year, having served as leader from 2008 to 2012. From 1999-2010 she served as one of the Party’s first MEPs, representing the South East region until she became the UK’s first Green MP. Caroline is a Co-Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Fuel Poverty and Energy Efficiency, Vice Chair of the Public and Commercial Services, Sustainable Housing, CND and Animal Welfare All Party Parliamentary Groups. She also sits on Parliament’s influential Environmental Audit Committee.”
To find out more about Green prospective parliamentary candidates, click on this link.