Thank you to all the Marylanders who chose an independent voice for a sustainable, just, and Green Maryland in this year’s election. Over 10,000 of you cast votes for me and Ken Eidel, and we thank you for your support. Please visit the Maryland Green Party website to learn more and get involved in building a stronger, more visible Green Party.
It’s time to stop voting for the lesser of two evils and vote for what you want.
The Sun and other mainstream media outlets would have you believe this race is only between Martin O’Malley and Robert Ehrlich, but many of you know better. You have a real choice today: whether to hold your nose and vote for someone who has done nothing to make your life better or you can vote for the candidate who will make your life better, who will transform our communities and who will stand up to the corporate and special interests that have controlled our government for far too long.
You do have a choice today. You can vote for me, Maria Allwine, for governor…(read more here)
On Monday, WYPR’s Sheilah Kast sat down with three candidates for Governor of Maryland, including Maria Allwine. Click here to hear a podcast of the show.
Early voting is open and all Marylanders will go to the polls next Tuesday. We need at least 1% (hopefully many, many more) of Marylanders to vote Green! Please e-mail, call, and visit all your friends and ask them vote for Maria Allwine for Governor and Ken Eidel for Lt. Governor. With your help, we can show Marylanders they CAN choose a just, sustainable, people-powered government. Thank you for voting and vote Green!
Medicare for All. It’s the only way to control costs, provide equal access to services, remove the linkage between employment and access to health care and guarantee that every person in Maryland can see a doctor when they get sick. We can still do this here in Maryland and I will work with Healthcare Now of Maryland to ensure that it does.
Why should insurance companies be a part of any health care system? Do they heal anyone? Do insurance company CEOs bind our wounds? There is no good reason – except skyrocketing profits for them – for our health care system to be this way…(read more here)
Tuesday night, the League of Women Voters hosted a debate to which all five candidates running in the gubernatorial election were invited. The two with all the money, O’Malley and Ehrlich, refused to attend (after saying maybe) while the three independent party candidates not only showed up but engaged in a substantive discussion of the issues we face. O’Malley and Ehrlich have consistently not only refused to debate us, but have denied the voters of Maryland even the knowledge, much less the substance of, the real choices they have on November 2. Here is what some voters heard last night…(read more here)