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 Committee Meeting

Wednesday, November 14, 7:00 PM
Portland Senior Center, 7 Waverly Ave, Portland, CT

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Statewide Candidates

You can vote for these candidates anywhere in Connecticut:


Jeff Russell
for US Senate

Peter Goselin
for Attorney General


Mike DeRosa
for Secretary of the State


Ed Heflin
for Comptroller


There is no Green ballot line for Governor.

Tom McCormick for Congress, 1st District

mccormickTom McCormick is the 2018 Green candidate for Congress in the 1st District (Greater Hartford area).

Tom McCormick for Congress

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Michelle Louise Bicking for Congress, 2nd District

bickingMichelle Louise Bicking is the 2018 Green candidate for Congress in the 2nd District (Eastern CT).

Michelle Louise Bicking for Congress

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2nd Congressional District nominating convention

Saturday, June 30
Mansfield Public Library (Buchanan Auditorium)
54 Warrenville Road, Mansfield, CT

All are welcome; Greens who live in the 2nd District are especially urged to attend

Contact: Mike DeRosa, CT Green Party Co-Chair
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For Immediate Release

On Aug 10, 2017, sixty-four Members of Congress sent a letter to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to express “profound concern” over “irresponsible and dangerous” statements made by President Trump and to urge Tillerson “to ensure that President Trump and other Administration officials understand the importance of speaking and acting with the utmost caution and restraint on this delicate issue” of war with North Korea.

The letter also warned that “Congress and the American public will hold President Trump responsible if a careless or ill-advised miscalculation results in conflict that endangers our service members and regional allies,” and reaffirmed the Constitutional principle that pre-emptive strikes must be authorized by Congress.

In recent days, none of Connecticut’s seven members of the U.S. Congress has signed on to this letter. Why is the CT delegation ignoring this letter or the critical issues it raises?  Numerous members of the Green Party of CT have called or communicated with our members of the U.S. Congress and have received no answer to this question.

The Green Party of CT also finds it difficult to understand why none of our representatives has signed on to H.R. 676 (Expanded & Improved Medicare for All Act) that is supported by 116 members of the U.S. House of Representatives:

We call upon all our Connecticut members of Congress to join their principled colleagues in upholding the Constitution and supporting the wellbeing of our citizens.