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Annie Goeke, co-chair of the Association of State Green Parties and a 2000 candidate for auditor-general of Pennsylvania, agrees.
The organization's convention was the Association of State Green Parties, and there are already different, if not rival, factions claiming authenticity.
When the predecessor to the Green Party of the United States, the Association of State Green Parties, was formed, earlier Greens were criticized as utopian anarchists and a strategy of broad gradual reform through the growth of voter participation was espoused.
The more narrowly based Association of State Green Parties (ASGP), with a following of potential candidates and traditional party focus, has consistently sought to belittle and dismember G/GPUSA.
Time will tell whether the Association of State Green Parties will be willing to do further work with the Greens/GPUSA.
A few weeks after the election, the Steering Committee and some committee chairs of the Association of State Green Parties met privately with Ralph Nader in Washington, DC for a post-election debriefing, but they did not discuss an IRV strategy.
After the '96 election, Greens who had lost votes in '91 and '92 national GPUSA meetings called for a meeting to set up a rival Association of State Green Parties (ASGP).
Unity between the Greens/Green Party USA (G/GPUSA) and the Association of State Green Parties (ASGP) can be meaningful and long-lasting only if it is based on an honest assessment of the strengths of each organization.