In the News: Stamas for State Auditor

Green-Rainbow Candidate, Jamie Guerin, Barred from Participating in WGBH Debate for State Treasurer

Ironically, that is part of the reason that she was not included.  WGBH’s Erin Callanan wrote “Given time constraints, we needed to limit the number of participants to ensure a substantive, informative event that would benefit our viewers. The candidates were selected based upon previously-used criteria, which included money raised, total number of donations and established campaign infrastructure.”  Read more...

 

Independent candidates on the rise in Massachusetts

The Northampton educator says he’s running to become a watchdog of Beacon Hill, adding the state needs an independent state auditor “who isn’t part of the system and who isn’t corrupted by corporate interest."  Read more...

 

State Green Parties aim for major-party status in midterm elections

State Green Parties are running statewide candidates in the midterm elections in many states to gain new ballot lines and defend existing ones. Achieving the votes required for ballot access in elections for statewide office is essential for the Green Party’s political survival because it enables other Green Party candidates to run with lower petition requirements, or without petitioning.  Read more...

 

Independents, third party candidates enter the election mix

The state primary election on Sept. 4 determined the Republican and Democratic candidates for the general election on Nov. 6, but those aren’t the only names that will appear on the ballot. The 2018 The state secretary’s office has certified 42 independent, unenrolled and third-party candidates. That’s up 50 percent from the 2014 election.  Read more...

 

Looking beyond Dems and GOP: The Indie Candidates of 2018

“As auditor, I will be an independent watchdog, ensuring that the Democrats and Republicans are not playing political games with taxpayer money,” he wroteRead more...

 

GRP State Candidates Certified for the 2018 Election!

Now we need your financial support as we hit the campaign trail and fight for social, economic and educational equality for those under represented on Beacon Hill. Unlike the Democrats and Republicans, no GRP candidate accepts dark money from corporations and lobbyists - it’s individuals like you that fund our activities..  Read more...

 

Local Green-Rainbow candidates trying to make change at the state level

“We stand for a system that works for everyone. The system now benefits only the moneyed elites,” said Jed Stamas, 44, of Northampton. He is the Green-Rainbow candidate for state auditor. Instead, Stamas views the Green-Rainbow party as a “pragmatists, serving basic human needs.” Read more...

Green-Rainbow candidates running in Mass. offer alternative to major parties

The Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party rallied around its candidates for statewide office at the party convention on Saturday. Read more ...

 

 

Green-Rainbow candidates for treasurer, auditor and secretary to kick off campaigns in Western Mass.

Jed Stamas, running for state auditor, is a science educator from Northampton. He wants to improve the education system, audit state agencies that are not achieving their intended results and ensure that tax revenues are used "ethically and efficiently."  Read more ...

 

Green Power

Jed Stamas promises to be an independent voice if elected auditor, saying that taxpayers need someone not beholden to the political powers.n.  Read more...

 

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