ENG: Jason Nabewaniec(born October 6, 1977 in Rochester, New York) is an American Green politician and has twice been elected (2007, 2009) to two-year terms as one of the seven co-Chairs of the Green Party of the United States.
He grew up in Jamesville, New York just outside of Syracuse, New York, where he attended Jamesville-DeWitt High School.
Jason attended the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) graduating with a BS in Civil Engineering Technology in 2001. Jason played defense on RIT's Lacrosse team, and specialized in jumps and sprints on both RIT's indoor and outdoor Track and Field Teams.
In 2003 Jason married Misty.
Jason was catapulted into political activism after having spent several years working for the Monroe County Water Authority. Having witnessed the massive ...
(elected August 2007)
Jason Nabewaniec was catapulted into political activism when after having spent several years working for the Monroe County (NY) Water Authority and having witnessed the massive corruption that plagued the local public authority, he decided to fight the leaders of the political parties using Government services for personal profit.
Nabewaniec enrolled in the Green Party of New York in 2000. Then in 2002 he met Green congressional candidate Rachel Treichler and became inspired to commit to building the Green Party. He spent the next several years working on party ...
... about Green pres. candidates & the nomination
sfefd WASHINGTON, DC -- The Green Party has compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions from journalists about the Green presidential candidates, 2012 Green National Convention, and the party itself. Greens invite journalists to use this FAQ guide as a resource for information throughout this election year and to contact us for more information.
• Who are the candidates competing for the Green Party's presidential nomination?
Roseanne Barr - http://www.roseanneforpresident2012.orgKent Mesplay - http://mesplay.orgJill ...
... reveals bipartisan intention to gut Americans' financial security
WASHINGTON, DC - Green Party candidates and leaders said today that bipartisan politicians supporting President Obama's Simpson-Bowles Commission are targeting working Americans' job security, wages, benefits, Social Security, Medicare, education, student loans, and other necessities.
The Simpson-Bowles Commission (National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, nicknamed 'Catfood Commission' because of its recommendations for scaling back Social Security) was established by President Obama to plan his ...
GP RELEASE Green Party: "60% want a third party? Let's talk." GREEN PARTY OF THE UNITED STATEShttp://www.gp.orgFor Immediate Release:Tuesday, October 22, 2013This release is online at http://www.gp.org/index.php/green-party-press-releases/details/4/648.htmlContacts:Scott McLarty, Media Coordinator, 202-904-7614, firstname.lastname@example.orgStarlene Rankin, Media Coordinator, 916-995-3805, email@example.comGreen Party: "60% of Americans want an alternative party? Let's talk."• Green Party Speakers Bureau: Green leaders available to speak on democracy and electoral reform: http://www.gp.org/speakers/speakers-democratic.phpWASHINGTON, DC -- Green Party candidates and leaders said that a recent Gallup poll shows that the recent shutdown left millions of Americans feeling betrayed by both Democrats and Republicans in Washington and open to a major new political party.According to the poll, "Amid the government shutdown, 60% of Americans say the Democratic and Republicans parties do such a poor job of representing the American people that a third major pa
GP RELEASE Green Party: Don't cut food stamps! GREEN PARTY OF THE UNITED STATEShttp://www.gp.orgFor Immediate Release:Tuesday, September 24, 2013This release is online at http://www.gp.org/index.php/newsroom/press-releases/details/4/643.htmlContacts:Scott McLarty, Media Coordinator, 202-904-7614, firstname.lastname@example.orgStarlene Rankin, Media Coordinator, 916-995-3805, email@example.comGreen Party to Congress: Don't cut food stamps!• Greens call poverty a national crisis that needs solutions like the Green New Deal instead of Republican punishment of the poor and Democratic compromises• Green Party Speakers Bureau: Green leaders available to speak on economic justice: http://www.gp.org/speakers/speakers-economic-justice.phpWASHINGTON, DC -- The plan passed by House Republicans on Sept. 19 to cut $40 billion from food aid would, if enacted, result in deepening poverty and hunger, said Green Party leaders."The GOP proposal for the Farm Bill comes five years after an economic meltdown that widened the gap between the nation's ric
GP RELEASE Green Party: After the shutdown, Americans still need Medicare For All, unreduced Social Security, deep cuts in military spending GREEN PARTY OF THE UNITED STATEShttp://www.gp.orgFor Immediate Release:Thursday, October 10, 2013This release is online at http://www.gp.org/index.php/newsroom/press-releases/details/4/646.htmlContacts:Scott McLarty, Media Coordinator, 202-904-7614, firstname.lastname@example.orgStarlene Rankin, Media Coordinator, 916-995-3805, email@example.comGreen Party: After the shutdown, American people still need Medicare For All, Social Security without reductions, deep cuts in bloated military spending• Green Party Speakers Bureau: Green leaders available to speak on health care, economic justice, and budget policy:http://www.gp.org/speakers/speakers-health-care.phphttp://www.gp.org/speakers/speakers-economic-justice.phpWASHINGTON, DC -- Green Party leaders spoke out today about the budget impasse, government shutdown, bipartisan plans to scale back Social Security and Medicare, and looming negotiations on the debt ceiling.Greens emphasized that the Affordable Care Act, which remains at the center o