The latest news from West Virginia’s Mountain Party.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (WEST VIRGINIA — June 20, 2020) The West Virginia Mountain Party today nominated Daniel P. “Danny” Lutz for Governor at its biennial State Convention, which was conducted via Zoom video conferencing. The convention was originally planned to be held in Braxton County. Re-elected on the June 9th election, Lutz has served as… Continue reading MOUNTAIN PARTY NOMINATES DANNY LUTZ FOR GOVERNOR
The recent decision of President Trump to seek the designation of “Antifa” as a terrorist organization is alarming. “Antifa” is not an organization; it has no leaders, no membership, no meetings, and no structure. “Antifa” is simply a contraction of the term “anti-fascist.” And what are the goals of anti-fascists? As our friends in the… Continue reading Condemnation of Trump’s Intention to Designate “Antifa” a Terrorist Organization
The Mountain Party proposes a Green New Deal for West Virginia, to create high paying, secure jobs to build the future economic infrastructure based in clean, renewable energy. Our goal is a 100% clean energy system by 2030, in addition to reconstructing all economic sectors for ecological sustainability, from agriculture and manufacturing to housing and… Continue reading Mountain Party: Calls For West Virginia Green New Deal, Opposes Boondoggle Appalachian Storage Hub
May 17, 2020 – State Executive Committee A Resolution in Opposition to Gov. Justice’s Response To COVID-19 WHEREAS, the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization since March 11, 2020; WHEREAS, the State of West Virginia has a disproportionately higher proportion of at risk individuals among its population, primarily… Continue reading Resolution: Opposition to Gov. Justice’s Response To COVID-19
email@example.com Howie Hawkins has won West Virginia’s Mountain (Green) presidential primary, securing all five Presidential Nominating Convention Delegates. In addition, Hawkins won the majority of the vote in all three congressional districts. No other candidates secured enough votes to win a delegate. The Mountain Party uses simple proportional representation to allocate delegates, without the use… Continue reading RESULTS – 2020 Presidential Primary