Seize and close all nuclear power facilities in California.
Ban GMO. Revoke the licenses of businesses that produce GMO food.
Proportional representation. All parties at the legislative table.
Public campaign financing.
Revoke Prop 14, the top two primary.
Debates must be public and include all balloted candidates.
Automatic voter registration at age 18.
End mandatory minimum sentencing.
Support divestment from fossil fuels.
Solid public infrastructure.
Local goods and services.
Increase the number of seats in the state legislature.
David Curtis meets with members of the Oakland Green Party to discuss the 2014 election cycle.
Partial transcript from candidacy announcement video.
Shot on location in Las Vegas, NV.
David Curtis, Green Party and Richard Winger in Sacramento to testify against AB 1038.
Hon. Richard Pan
P.O. Box 942849, Room 4164
Sacramento, CA 94249-0005
Subject: AB 1038 Voter registration – OPPOSE
Dear Assembly Member Pan,
(The following is in response to Legislative Counsel’s Digest:)
1. Existing law already specifies conditions regarding payments to or considerations for voter registration assistants.
2. This bill would prohibit a person, company, or other organization from paying voter registration assistants. Attempts at prohibition historically do not function, and break down over time naturally.
3. Penalizing assistants by making their time and work a misdemeanor only rewards the prison building industry.
4. This bill would impose a state mandate with no provision for reimbursement for costs.
I urge the Legislature to reject this ill-conceived and mis-directed legislation.
candidate for Secretary of State
Green Party of California
PO Box 6624
San Rafael, CA 94903
415 233 4721
CC: Mike Feinstein, Spokesperson, Green Party of California
The obligatory shot at the Capitol
Text from flyer: “Event sponsored by No Nukes Action Committee, IWNN.org, CA Coalition for Workers Memorial Day, SF Community College Labor Studies Program, Nuclear Free California, KPFA Work Week, Tri-Valley Cares, OccupySF, Labor Video Project”