Over the last few years, Exeter Green Party has gone from strength to strength, and 2019 has been a momentous year.
In May, Diana Moore became Exeter's first elected Green councillor with a record 55% of the vote.
Later in the month, we campaigned to re-elect Molly Scott Cato as the South West's Green MEP. Not only did we succeed in this, but Exeter voted Green in record numbers - 27% of the vote and nearly 10000 votes! This was the fourth best Green result in the country and really put the city on the map for the Green Party.
They say good things come in threes, so let's make the third thing electing a Green MP! Joe Levy, an active community campaigner who has worked hard to tackle food poverty, increase youth engagement in politics, and protect green spaces, is standing for Exeter Green Party in the next general election.
If we are going to run the strongest campaign possible, on a platform of Yes to Europe, No to Climate Chaos, we need your help.
We rely on the support of ordinary members and supporters, and aren't backed by big business, so any donation you can offer means a huge amount!
£5 could buy 50 Green posters to go up in people's windows
£50 could buy 1000 calling cards to give to residents while door knocking
£100 could pay for 3000 newsletters telling voters about Green campaigners' hard work in Exeter
*Please note if you wish to donate £50 or more you must be on the UK electoral register*