2023 Green Party Annual National Meeting: August 3rd-6th

Gather with Greens from all across the country at the 2023 Green Party National Convention.

The 2023 Green Party Annual National Meeting (ANM) will be held virtually. We are delighted to gather virtually providing an opportunity for all to participate this year, while we continue efforts to meet again in person in 2024.

We will miss the opportunity to share space with Greens from across the country but we can take this virtual gathering as an opportunity for national work on some of the most pressing challenges for this party. We hope you will join us from August 3-6.

Click on the link for more information including the full agenda and registration form

2023 Green Party Annual National Meeting: August 3rd-6th



The 2023 Annual State Convention will be held virtually on Saturday, June 3, 2023 at 12:00 p.m.  The Zoom link is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4642091302.  All are welcome to participate.  To receive updates, please make sure your membership is current, using the membership link below.  If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]


Nominations for Steering Committee Closed

Nominations are now closed for election to the State Steering Committee.  Nominations and confirmations were due no later than May 20th (two weeks before the State Convention on June 3rd).  The nominees are:  Bill Kreml, Columbia; Joseph Martin, Simpsonville; and David Whiteman, Columbia.


ELECTION 2022 Shows Positive Gains for Greens in South Carolina

The South Carolina Green Party had five candidates on ballots across the state, including two state-wide races. Election returns show an increase in voter support for the Green Party as David Edmond received 15% of the vote, over 213,000 votes in his race for Commissioner of Agriculture. Patricia Mickel received over 27,000 votes in the politically-charged race for Superintendent of Education. Larry Gaither received 1.5% of the vote in the District 5 U.S. Congressional race against Insurrectionist, Ralph Norman.

In the two local races, Michael Stewart won re-election to his non-partisan seat on the Greenville County Soil & Water Conservation District. While Charla Henson-Simons finished an impressive inaugural campaign for the South Carolina State House District 70 receiving 456 votes against a Democratic candidate with strong financial support from their national party.

As always, we are proud of the effort our candidates put in to their campaigns and the Green Party will continue to find ways to support the people of South Carolina.


Join the South Carolina Green Party!

South Carolina residents can join existing Green Party locals or work as at-large members to build local parties in their area.

We are grassroots activists, environmentalists, advocates for social justice, nonviolent resisters, and regular citizens who’ve had enough of corporate-dominated politics. Government must be part of the solution, but when it’s controlled by the 1%, it’s part of the problem. The longer we wait for change, the harder it gets. Don’t vote for the lesser of two evils on election day.  Vote Green!

Your annual $25 membership supports independent green initiatives in South Carolina.  Memberships are renewable annually.  Once your membership is processed, you will be encouraged to join your local group.




If you prefer to pay by check, sent $25 to the South Carolina Green Party mailbox:

  • South Carolina Green Party, Attn: David Whiteman, Treasurer, P.O. Box 5341, Columbia SC 29250


(You can also go directly to South Carolina Green Party PayPal account, but that won't get you automatically added to our database for updates on our activities:  https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=KVE2FS2Q4XE2N.)