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GREEN PARTY EXPECTS FEC DECISION TOMORROW
07 Nov 2001
The Green Party of the United
States awaits the decision of the 6-member
Federal Election Commission (FEC) on the party's
request for recognition as a national party with
national committee status.
THE GREEN PARTY OF THE UNITED STATES

MEDIA ADVISORY
For immediate release:
Wednesday, November 7, 2001

Contacts:
Nancy Allen, Media Coordinator
207-326-4576, nallen (at) acadia.net
Scott McLarty, Media Coordinator
202-518-5624, scottmclarty (at) yahoo.com

FEC application contacts:
Dean Myerson, Green Party Political Organizer,
cell phone 303-956-0827
David Cobb, Green Party General Counsel,
713-444-6592 or 713-880-3219


GREEN PARTY EXPECTS FEC DECISION

What: Federal Election Commission announcement of
its decision on National Committee Status for the
Green Party

Where: FEC, 9th Floor Hearing Room, 999 E Street
NW, Washington, DC

When: Thursday, November 8, at 10 a.m.


WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Green Party of the United
States awaits the decision of the 6-member
Federal Election Commission (FEC) on the party's
request for recognition as a national party with
national committee status. FEC staff have
recommended a favorable response to the
Commission, which will announce a decision based
on this recommendation on Thursday, November 8.

"The Green Party has met all conditions required
of previously recognized national committees and
is confident of a positive response," said Green
Party Media Coordinator Scott McLarty, who will
be at the hearing to meet press and to distribute
the party's press release on the decision.

The Green Party of the United States is the
national political organization of the Greens, in
which 33 states are represented, with other
states considering or applying for membership.
It organized the Green National Convention in
Denver in June, 2000, at which Ralph Nader was
nominated to run for President, and is recognized
among Green Parties around the world.

Media inquiries about national policies and
activities of the Green Party should be directed
to the Green Party of the United States, through
its media representatives as listed in the
heading above. To contact state Green Parties,
visit the Green Party of the United States web
site and follow the links to
the state parties and their contacts and web
sites.


MORE INFORMATION

The Green Party of the United States
http://gpus.org

Federal Election Commission http://www.fec.gov


END
See also:
http://gpus.org
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