The Green Party of England and Wales leadership election, 2014 took place in September 2014. The party has elections every two years for Leader and Deputy Leader roles and this was the fourth election since the party decided to switch from having principal speakers to having a leader and a deputy leader, or co-leaders.
Unlike in other years, the Green Party did not publish the full breakdown of the Deputy Leadership election. A new system was in place in 2014, replacing the previous gender-balancing system whereby the Deputy Leader had to be a different gender to the Leader. Instead, two Deputy Leaders were elected, who were required to be of different genders.
Five candidates contested the ballot: Shahrar Ali, Will Duckworth, Mark Ereira-Guyer, Rob Telford, and Amelia Womack. Womack was elected in the first round, and in the second round Ali defeated Duckworth by 1,314 votes to 1,277.