Tom Wakely for U. S. Senate

Tom Wakely, a Deming Green, is running for U. S. Senate.  Tom is a long-time peace activist, willing to ask hard questions of the major parties, and challenge the corporate duopoly.  Please sign the electronic petition if you are a registered voter in New Mexico. After voter verification, select by position (U. S. Senate), party (Green), or name (Thomas John Wakely).

It is a huge task to get minor party and independent candidates on the ballot in New Mexico.  You can further help by sharing the link as widely as you can to registered voters in New Mexico:

Learn more about Tom at his web site

Green Party is Ballot Qualified

We received notice from the Office of the Secretary of State that the Green Party of New Mexico is recognized as a ballot-qualified, minor party.  Now let’s run some candidates!

GPNM Annual Meeting/Convention

Sunday, April 10, 2022, 2:00 p. m. MDT on Agenda includes officer elections, update on signature petitioning, consideration of candidates for public office, discussion of Rules & Regulations, and other business. See the 30-day notification for more information.

Call-in number:  (412) 924-7145, Access code:  684826

Join meeting on line at with meeting ID greenpartyofnm

Public Health Measures Make Petitioning Impossible

Governor Lujan Grisham issued Executive Order 2020-004 on March 11, 2020, as a timely response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The resulting series of Public Health Emergency orders increasingly restricted public gatherings and interpersonal contact. The stay-at-home order was recently extended through April with the expectation that measures would be in place at least through the middle of May.

Political candidates, regardless of party affiliation, have petition signature requirements for federal, state and local offices. Candidates of minor parties and independent candidates were not permitted to begin petitioning prior to publication of petitions and signature requirements by the Secretary of State (SoS). The SoS published these items on March 2, 2020. The statutory end of the petitioning period for minor-party and independent candidates is June 25, 2020. The Green Party calls for relief from petition requirements and placement of candidates selected at the Green Party of New Mexico (GPNM) State Convention on the ballot for the November 2020 General Election. The right of minor parties to actively participate in the election process as minor parties should not be infringed by the extraordinary circumstances of this public health emergency.

The Green Party was established in New Mexico in 1994 with a platform based on Ten Key Values: Grassroots Democracy, Social Justice and Equal Opportunity, Ecological Wisdom, Non-Violence, Decentralization, Community-Based Economics and Economic Justice, Feminism and Gender Equity, Respect for Diversity, Personal and Global Responsibility, Future Focus and Sustainability. The Green Party has run candidates at the local, state, and federal levels.

2020 Annual Meeting/Convention

The 2020 GPNM Annual Meeting/Convention is planned for Saturday, April 25, 1:00 p. m. to 4:00 p. m. in the Community Room in LaFarge Library in Santa Fe. WE ANTICIPATE PUBLIC GATHERING RESTRICTIONS. Teleconferencing 1:30 p. m. to 3:30 p. m.

NOTE:  Must be registered Green continuously from March 26, 2020 to vote at convention.  If you want to run for office, please contact GPNM by April 18, 2020.

Agenda items include

  • 2020 GPNM Platform Discussion and Adoption
  • Candidates for Public Office
  • GPNM Officer Elections
  • Rules amendment and modification of social media protocol
  • Other business to come before the convention
C.  Proposed amendment to §V-B-i of the Rules & Regulations:
Current language:

Membership: A Member of the Green Party of New Mexico is considered a member of the Local in which the person is registered to vote.

Proposed language (Italics indicates new language.):

Membership: A Member of the Green Party of New Mexico is considered a member of the Local in which the person is registered to vote.  A Member may affiliate with another Local or County party for the purposes of voting and holding local or county party office as long as there is no approved Local or County party where the Member is registered to vote or legally resides.

Immediate Call for GREEN​ PARTY of NEW MEXICO!

To fill state position as:​ ​SECRETARY

TERM: remainder of 2019 Board

  • Do you excel at note-taking or data entry?
  • Do you want to become more involved in your State of New Mexico Green Party?

If this sounds like you, please email/mail through info below:


Or mail to:
GPNM — Secretary Position
PO Box 40033
Albuquerque, NM 87196

GPAMA Annual/Meeting Convention

When: March 16, 2019

Time: 11:30AM to 1:30 PM

Where: Chello Grill, 5010 Cutler Ave. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110 (San Mateo & I-40)


Green Party of Taos County Annual Convention

The Green Party of Taos County is holding its Annual County Convention on Saturday March 23, 2019 from 2 to 4PM at SOMOS. Please plan to attend this convention and take part in the important discussion and decision-making process of your Party regarding election of new officers, goals for the year as well as delegates and proposals to bring to state convention.

When: March 23, 2019

Time: 2 to 4PM

Where: SOMOS, 108 Civic Plaza Drive, Taos, NM 87571

Questions? email: or call: 575.779.9445

Green Party of New Mexico Annual Convention

The Green Party of New Mexico announces their annual convention to be held on Saturday, April 13, 2019.

The Green Party of New Mexico state meeting and convention will be held Saturday, April 13, 2019, from 11:45am until 2:45pm. at the Oliver LaFarge Library, 1730 Llano Street in Santa Fe, New Mexico.


The agenda is as follows:
1) call to order
2) seat delegates
3) establish quorum
4) additions to the agenda
5) approval of the Green Council minutes from February meeting
6) officers report
6.1) treasurer
6.2) National representative
7) other national committee/caucus reports
8) local reports
8.1) GPTC (15 minutes)
8.2) GPAMA (15 minutes)
9) Solar workshop (15 minutes)
lunch break
10) results of legislative session
11) GPNM officers elections
11.1) Co-Chairs
11.2) Secretary
11.3) National Committee representatives
12) 2019 candidates for public office
13) 2019 action plan
14) other business
15) announcements
16) adjournment