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Connecticut Green Party
|Chair people||Joshua Steele Kelly|
|Headquarters||PO BOX 231214, Hartford, Connecticut 06123|
|National affiliation||Green Party of the United States|
|Connecticut Green Party|
The Connecticut Green Party (CTGP) is the Connecticut affiliate of the Green Party of the United States. It is governed by three co-chairs, one of whom must be a woman, all of whom are elected at their Annual Meeting each May. The party is committed to grassroots democracy, social justice, non-violence and ecological wisdom. Those are also the four pillars of Green politics.
Ralph Nader, one of the more well-known Green Party figures in the United States, is from Connecticut, though he has never been a party member. For the 2006 election year, the Connecticut Green Party endorsed Cliff Thornton to run for Governor, and Ralph Ferrucci to run for U.S. Senate. The Connecticut Greens also endorsed Daniel Sumrall and Richard Duffee to run for Congress in the 3rd and 4th districts respectively.
In 2007 elections two party members were elected. In New Haven Allan Brison was elected alderman in the 10th Ward  (386 votes to 283), and in Windham, party Co-chair Jean deSmet was elected First Selectman. DeSmet is the first Green Party candidate in the state to win a top municipal office.
In 2017, the CTGP saw numerous victories at the polls, and established their first minority caucus in a municipal legislature in the state party's history with the election of four Greens to the Waterford Representative Town Meeting.