The Green Party of Connecticut

A unity of local Green Party chapters, the CTGP is committed to grassroots democracy, social justice, non-violence and ecological wisdom. These are the Four Pillars of all Green parties worldwide and are the first four principles of the Ten Key Values of the Green Party.

Join us as we build a grassroots effort to take back our government from corporate power brokers. We do not accept contributions from corporate PACs so we need your donations of time and money.

State Annual Meeting & Election of Officers

Saturday, May 3, 11:00 AM-4:00 PM
Portland Senior Center
7 Waverly Avenue, Portland, CT

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New London, Fairfield, Redding elect Greens

On November 5, the city of New London elected Green candidate Mirna Martinez to the Board of Education. The Town of Fairfield re-elected Green candidate Daphne Dixon as a Zoning Board of Appeals Alternate. The Town of Redding re-elected Leif Smith to the position of Constable. Thanks to all who voted Green!

New London Day Endorses Greens

The Day newspaper of New London has announced its endorsements of Green candidates Ronna Stuller for City Council and Mirna Martinez for Board of Education.

Write in Jill Stein for President

steinOn Election Day 2012 in CT, Jill Stein was a registered write-in candidate for President. www.jillstein.org

Below are the write-in votes for Jill Stein as reported by each town in CT. We are convinced that a number of towns did not report write-in votes, or only gave a partial report (e.g., they only counted write-in votes on absentee ballots).

The counts for Hartford (2), Bridgeport (0), Stamford (4), and Waterbury (0) are statistically almost impossible. Please check your town's count.  If you voted for Stein but your town reported 0 votes, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . We have filed complaints with the State Elections Enforcement Commission against the towns of Bridgeport, Hartford, New Canaan, Seymour, Stamford, and West Haven, and the decisions are being published here.

Town          votes for Stein     recount (after complaint)
Andover          4
Ansonia          2
Ashford          5
Avon             5
Barkhamsted      1
Beacon Falls     0
Berlin           1
Bethany          8
Bethel           1
Bethlehem        0
Bloomfield       2
Bolton           3
Bozrah           0
Branford         9
Bridgeport       0                 (see amended return)
Bridgewater      0
Bristol         10
Brookfield       3
Brooklyn         4
Burlington       7
Canaan           1
Canterbury       0
Canton          10
Chaplin          3
Cheshire         1
Chester          2
Clinton          2
Colchester      10
Colebrook        1
Columbia        10
Cornwall         3
Coventry         9
Cromwell         6
Danbury          8
Darien           7
Deep River       0
Derby            0
Durham           4
East Granby      1
East Haddam      1
East Hampton    11
East Hartford    2
East Haven       0
East Lyme        6
East Windsor     0
Eastford         3
Easton           4
Ellington        5
Enfield          8
Essex            0
Fairfield        6
Farmington       3
Franklin         1
Glastonbury     12
Goshen           0
Granby           1
Greenwich        9
Griswold         0
Groton           7
Guilford         3
Haddam           4
Hamden          32
Hampton          0
Hartford         2                 35  (see recount results)
Hartland         2
Harwinton        2
Hebron           9
Kent             6
Killingly        9
Killingworth     1
Lebanon          7
Ledyard          4
Lisbon           2
Litchfield       0
Lyme             1
Madison          3
Manchester      15
Mansfield       31
Marlborough      3
Meriden          4
Middlebury       9
Middlefield      1
Middletown      31
Milford          5
Monroe           3
Montville        0
Morris           0
Naugatuck        0
New Britain     14
New Canaan       0                 4
New Fairfield    0
New Hartford     1
New Haven       56
New London      18
New Milford     16
Newington        7
Newtown          2
Norfolk          1
North Branford   1
North Canaan     2
North Haven      4
North Stonington 0
Norwalk         19
Norwich          3
Old Lyme         0
Old Saybrook     2
Orange           0
Oxford           3
Plainfield       6
Plainville       3
Plymouth         2
Pomfret          2
Portland         9
Preston          0
Prospect         2
Putnam           0
Redding          7
Ridgefield       6
Rocky Hill       3
Roxbury          0
Salem            0
Salisbury        7
Scotland         3
Seymour          0                 1
Sharon           3
Shelton          3
Sherman          1
Simsbury         9
Somers           1
South Windsor    2
Southbury       14
Southington      9
Sprague          4
Stafford         3
Stamford         4                 12 (see amended return)
Sterling         0
Stonington      13
Stratford        0
Suffield         3
Thomaston        0
Thompson         3
Tolland         10
Torrington      10
Trumbull         6
Union            0
Vernon           5
Voluntown        3
Wallingford     22
Warren           5
Washington       0
Waterbury        0
Waterford        1
Watertown        0
West Hartford   12
West Haven       0                 4
Westbrook        1
Weston           2
Westport        17
Wethersfield     5
Willington       5
Wilton           3
Winchester       3
Windham         25
Windsor          2
Windsor Locks    4
Wolcott          0
Woodbridge       9
Woodbury        11
Woodstock        9

Total           863                 916

Dr. Jill Stein, Green Party Candidate for President, Meets Fundraising Deadline

steinThanks for helping Jill Stein meet the threshold level for matching funds!  Connecticut put her over the top.  Read Jill Stein's victory statement on matching funds

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