We are grassroots activists, environmentalists, advocates for social justice, nonviolent resisters and regular citizens who’ve had enough of corporate-dominated politics. Government must be part of the solution, but when it’s controlled by the 1%, it’s part of the problem. The longer we wait for change, the harder it gets. Don’t stay home on election day. Vote Green.

Green Party of United States Annual Meeting
Salt Lake City, Utah

July 19th – 22nd, 2018


Greens from around the country get together in person every year in different locations. State parties put forward proposals to host the meeting, which are approved by the National Committee (NC).

Every four years, we have a Presidential Nominating Convention (PNC). State parties send delegations carrying votes for various Presidential candidates, which may have been chosen through a primary or, for states without official ballot status, some other internal process.

In non-Presidential years, we hold an Annual National Meeting (ANM). We generally don't make decisions at this meeting. Most of our internal business is conducted through online votes.

It's important to us that people of all income levels can attend. Registration for our meetings is always low-cost, there are generally low-cost housing and food options, and we offer waivers to some low-income members.

Annual Meeting Website, click here.

To register for the meeting, housing and meals, click here


Statement from the Charleston Green Party


February 6, 2017

It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce that our co-chair and one of Charleston's most beloved community organizers Muhiyyidin D’baha, was killed in New Orleans. Muhiyyidin lived to serve his community. He had so much life, energy, intellectual curiosity, capacity, love and positive energy. He was loved by all of his friends and respected by all those who want to see social and racial justice in Charleston. We all have lost so much, so very much, whether you know it or not. This world was a better place because he walked around in it, barefoot as he always preferred. Rest in power, Brother.



South Carolina residents can join existing Green Party chapters or work as at-large members to build local parties in their area.

A check or paypal payment of $25 = one year SCGP dues and supports independent politics in South Carolina.

In order to pay for your membership online, visit the SCGP paypal account here:

If you prefer to pay by check, sent $25 to the SCGP mailbox:

  • South Carolina Green Party, Attn: David Whiteman, Treasurer, P.O. Box 5341, Columbia SC 29250

Membership dues are renewable annually.

Once your membership is processed, you will be encouraged to join the membership discussion forum and participating local groups.


The SCGP is a state affiliate of the Green Party of the United States and became a recognized party in the state in 2002. Today, we have a single elected official, Eugene Platt, who serves on the James Island Public Service District.

In 2010, Tom Clements, a Columbia nuclear policy expert working for Friends of the Earth, ran as the SC Green Party nominee for U.S. Senate against Republican Jim DeMint and Democrat Alvin Greene.  Clements was endorsed by the Rock Hill Herald, the National Sierra Club and by the Columbia Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO among others.  After a vigorous statewidecampaign, Clements obtained 121,472 votes, 9.22% of the total.

South Carolina is regarded as a politically conservative state, but it is also far more diverse and progressive than generally believed.

We are a small, ballot-qualified party working to broaden political participation in South Carolina.  We offer a route to political participation by progressives, reformers and workers for social justice.

If you wish to support the South Carolina Green Party, please donate, and join the party.