The January 21, 2023 Convention will focus on
Electing Party Officials and National Delegates, Bylaw revisions, 2023 campaigns
For SCC voting, please consult the candidate statements here
Here are the Minutes and links, pending voting results
Of Note: Legislative Action: Please go to FairShotForAll.org to learn about key legislative efforts pertaining to housing, pay parity for Public Defenders
We also need you to prevent from legislation that could undermine current petition initiatives for Campaign Finance Reform (IP8 and IP9 are almost approved)
May 16 elections, please go to the Campaigns page - consider running for office or identifying a good candidate to support
Please REGISTER to attend (at the bottom of the page) - we need to credential you beforehand.
After registering click here: join through this link.
NOTE: For 2023 Campaign info, races and resources, please go to pacificgreens.org/campaigns
Key issues to reviewed at this convention include:
1) Election of Party Officials - 4 out of 7 State Coordinating Committee members and 3 National Delegates
Please fill this Statement of Candidacy for SCC if you are interested in running for a position on the SCC
Please fill this Statement of Candidacy if you are interested in running for a position on the National Committee
2) Proposed Bylaw Revisions - derived through a consensus-seeking process. How to empower the grassroots, while also providing enough coordination to support each other's initiatives.
3) Various Resolutions
Next Convention March 11, 2023 - Nominating Convention
Please fill this Statement of Candidacy for Elected Office if you are interested in running for office in 2022
Please REGISTER to attend (at the bottom of the page) - we need to credential you beforehand. When registered you will be able to join through this link.
Note: To be able to vote in the Green Party meeting you need to be a supporting member (registered Green and volunteer a minimum of 90 min in the past 365 days or contribute the equivalent in living wages - approximately$35 in 2022)
NEVERTHELESS, we strive to reach consensus, so you can have a voice in the decisions because we use a modified consensus process. We go to a vote only when there is a group unwilling to stand aside; this avoids stalemates.