The Green National Committee (GNC) is the highest decision-making body of the Green Party of the United States. Delegates represent member state parties and accredited caucuses. You can see what we have been working on by checking out our voting page.
The Green Party of California delegation to the GNC have been currently apportioned 25 delegates and 25 alternates. Currently, we have 25 delegates and 19 alternates, enabling us to cast all of our 25 votes.
HOW TO BECOME A DELEGATE TO THE GREEN NATIONAL COMMITTEE
Please consider applying to serve as a Green Party of California delegate on the GNC or volunteering for a GPUS committee. For more information, contact Delegation co-chair Sanda Everette at email@example.com. Applications must be submitted 60 days before the Spring General Assembly.
Every year there is an Annual National Meeting which is attended by National Committee (NC) Delegates.
On our GPUS Media Page, you can also see what we are up to nationally is by looking at past press releases issued by the GPUS Media Committee with the most recent ones below. Also see selected media coverage of US Greens .
More can be learned about the values of GPUS by looking at the national platform. Although it was originally derived from the GPCA Platform, they have evolved differently over the past decade.
The Green Party of the United States Presidential Nominating Convention took place July 14-15, 2012. The convention delegates elected Jill Stein and Cheri Honkala as our Presidential and Vice-presidential candidates.
There was many people representing mainstream media at the Convention and there was much in the press during the event and following the event. The Stein campaign is keeping track of that Media Coverage.
Video coverage of the Convention can be found in at least three different locations. C-Span recorded all day. Craig Seeman recorded the whole day of the convention as well as many press conferences and interviews and you can find those recordings on both the GPUS Livestream channel above and on Craig's SeeCraig YouTube channel.