Help Make Baltimore Transit More Equitable!

Baltimore Greens, have you heard about the Baltimore Transit Equity Coalition (BTEC)? They are currently hard at work on an initiative to give communities like ours more say in choosing the transportation projects that work for us and our neighbors! As many of you know, Baltimore’s public transit systems are in poor shape because the state refuses to abandon its segregationist policies in public transportation and to allocate the funding the region needs to implement change. What’s more, these state-run systems focus their service on white and wealthy neighborhoods, while low-income persons of color (POC) neighborhoods are left cut off from the rest of the city. This unequal service means people in these neighborhoods have to wait longer for buses and have double the commute times as residents of other neighborhoods in the city.   Continue reading

Baltimore City Green Party Calls for Reform of Maryland State Ethics Commission

On the 2-year anniversary of an ethics complaint against Governor Larry Hogan, the Baltimore City Green Party is calling on the Maryland State Ethics Commission and Maryland General Assembly to reform how ethics complaints are processed. Originally filed on February 20, 2020, by Kevin Zeese, Esq. (deceased), the ethics complaint was against Gov. Hogan regarding his unethical use of Maryland transportation policy to funnel money to projects adjacent to his real estate holdings while in office.  Continue reading

Baltimore City Green Party 2021 Accomplishments and Reflections

The Baltimore City Green Party (BGP) recognizes the grimness of 2021, but also its vibrant solidarity. As we look forward to the work that lies ahead in 2022, we reflect on our Local Party’s many successes last year as well as those of our members. Continue reading

Baltimore Green Party 2021 Year in Review

Even as COVID-19 (and its variants) continued to cast a dark shadow, a number of Baltimore City Green Party (BGP) members remained dedicated to improving the Baltimore community over the past year. From running in local elections to writing editorials, BGP had a lot to be proud of in 2021. To honor these efforts, we've compiled a list highlighting some of these accomplishments.     Continue reading

Maryland Green Party Bylaws- Voting Closes Saturday

The Maryland Green Party is considering  two bylaw amendments and all registered Green voters in the state can vote.Voting closes at noon on Saturday December 11th, so get your ballot request in now. You can read about the bylaw amendments here   and you can request your ballot here Continue reading

BGP Book Club Coming in January of 2022

The Baltimore City Green Party (BGP) will be starting a book club in 2022 focused on understanding the way apartheid institutions have been built in Baltimore and beyond, and how to begin to implement racial justice solutions that repair that damage. Continue reading

BGP to Offer Candidate Training in 2022

Starting in January 2022, the Baltimore City Green Party will offer a series of campaign training workshops for Green candidates and volunteers. Although the focus will be on Baltimore City, we will also invite candidates and volunteers from across the state of Maryland and throughout the country.  Continue reading

New BGP Steering Committee Elected

The Baltimore City Green Party held an election for the new Steering Committee and the results are in! Continue reading

Meet BGP Steering Committee Candidates

On Oct. 3, 2021, at 5 p.m., the Baltimore City Green Party (BGP) will hold a meeting to introduce the 2021 candidates for the Steering Committee.   Continue reading

2021 BGP Officer Elections

We are coming up on our quarterly General Membership Meeting on Sept. 12, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. This meeting is significant because it is the final day that nominations for the new Steering Committee may be made. Continue reading