Draft Agenda of the January 2016 General Assembly, San Jose, January 23-24, 2016

Draft agenda approved by the Coordinating Committee, November 7, 2015; to be revised December 6 for submission to the counties
Saturday, June 27
  8:00am Breakfast, registration
  9:00am Opening, welcome from San Diego Greens, new delegate orientation, quorum count, announcement of Standing Committee vacancies
  9:30am Proposal: Approval of General Assembly Agenda 

Greens in fall 2015 elections

At least ten Greens are elected out of twelve running in November elections.

Greens in spring 2015 elections

Community College Board of Directors (2)

Vahe Peroomian, Governing Boardmember, Glendala Community College, Glendale (Los Angeles County)
2nd/3 for two seats 8,100 votes 32.9%  ELECTED  (April 7)

GPCA 2016 U.S. Senate endorsement process

One of California's two U.S. Senate seats will be up for election in 2016 - that of retiring Barbara Boxer. There will be a U.S. Senate primary election June 7, 2016. 

Green Party of California at the US Social Forum

The Green Party of California endorses the US Social Forumencourages Greens to attend and is co-sponsoring these USSF workshops, open to all USSF attendees. On June 27-28, also in San Jose, is the next GPCA General Assembly (only open to GPCA members.) 

Green Party candidates Laura Wells & Jena Goodman to speak at UC Davis Law Third Party Forum

Students seeking electoral alternatives invite Green Party

GPCA position on AB1170 - Oppose Unless Amended

Bill must contain remedy for negative effects of Top Two on smaller parties

GPCA endorses Jill Stein CA tour, September 15-21, 2013

Jill appears in Petaluma, San Francisco, Oakland and Los Angeles.

Information for Greens seeking GPCA endorsement for statewide office in 2014

The Green Party of California will consider endorsements for a Green candidate in each of the following 2014 statewide offices, to appear on the June 2014 primary election ballot: Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, Controller, Treasurer, Insurance Commissioner and Superintendent of Public Education. The process will include: 

Its Good Government: How & why California's elections code should be amended to compensate for the negative affects of Proposition 14 on the state's smaller, ballot-qualified parties – negative affects voters were never asked if they wanted

By Michael Feinstein,
Spokesperson, Green Party of California

Executive Summary: Proposition 14, passed by the voters in the June 2010 primary, has had profoundly negative effects upon California’s smaller, long-standing ballot-qualified parties: 


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