Thursday, August 09, 2007

Green National Committee takes up Convention '08 debate

The question is called "Proposal 307" and is behind the "Read more!" link below...Green Party of the United States
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Ranked Choice Vote ID 307
Ranked Choice Vote Selection of Site and Dates for 2008 Presidential Nominating Convention
Type Open Ballot
Number of Seats 1
Ranked Choice Vote Administrator Holly Hart
Phase Discussion
Discussion 08/07/2007 - 08/21/2007
Voting 08/22/2007 - 08/28/2007
Presens Quorum 0.6666
Candidates C1 - Chicago
C2 - Chicago
M3 - Minneapolis
M4 - Minneapolis
B5 - Berkeley
O6 - Oakland
D7 - Detroit
D8 - Dearborn

Background
PRESENTERS: Annual National Meeting Committee, Steering Committee

BACKGROUND
In early 2007 the Annual National Meeting Committee formally solicited proposals for hosting the 2008 GPUS Presidential Nominating Convention. Four locations responded with Letters of Interest/Intent and subsequently submitted proposals: Chicago, Detroit/Dearborn, Minneapolis, and Oakland/Berkeley.

The groups were asked to provide answers to a matrix of questions for inclusion in a substantive document providing
information on the locations. In addition to this ANMC-prepared document, delegates are requested to consider the
websites of the bidding groups, which contain information which is not included in the document.

The document contains a lengthier explanation of the bidding process and the voting process. Please do not vote without reading the information included in the document!

For the ANMC-prepared document, please see:
http://gp.org/committees/anmc/2008SiteBidInformation.pdf

Chicago packages (c1 & c2)
http://www.greenconvention2008.com
Contact: Patrick Kelly, patrickfkelly@gmail.com

Minneapolis packages (M3 & M4)
http://gpus2008.mngreens.org
Contact: Annie Young, anniey@visi.com

Oakland/Berkeley packages (B5 & O6)
http://rachel.cagreens.org/oakland/html/2008_convention.html
Contact: Greg Jan, gregjan4@yahoo.com

Detroit/Dearborn packages (D7 & D8)
http://www.detroitgreens.org/anm08/
Contact: Lou Novak, lmn@lppals.com

CANDIDATES

C1 - Chicago
C2 - Chicago
M3 - Minneapolis
M4 - Minneapolis
B5 - Berkeley
O6 - Oakland
D7 - Detroit
D8 - Dearborn

RESOURCES
Contact: Ruth Weill, ANMC Chair, ruthweill@gmail.com

REFERENCES
As specified in the background section.

Candidate Information
C1 - Chicago
Chicago packages (c1 & c2)
http://www.greenconvention2008.com
Contact: Patrick Kelly, patrickfkelly@gmail.com

C2 - Chicago
Chicago packages (c1 & c2)
http://www.greenconvention2008.com
Contact: Patrick Kelly, patrickfkelly@gmail.com

M3 - Minneapolis
Minneapolis packages (M3 & M4)
http://gpus2008.mngreens.org
Contact: Annie Young, anniey@visi.com

M4 - Minneapolis
Minneapolis packages (M3 & M4)
http://gpus2008.mngreens.org
Contact: Annie Young, anniey@visi.com

B5 - Berkeley
Oakland/Berkeley packages (B5 & O6)
http://rachel.cagreens.org/oakland/html/2008_convention.html
Contact: Greg Jan, gregjan4@yahoo.com


O6 - Oakland
Oakland/Berkeley packages (B5 & O6)
http://rachel.cagreens.org/oakland/html/2008_convention.html
Contact: Greg Jan, gregjan4@yahoo.com


D7 - Detroit
Detroit/Dearborn packages (D7 & D8)
http://www.detroitgreens.org/anm08/
Contact: Lou Novak, lmn@lppals.com


D8 - Dearborn
Detroit/Dearborn packages (D7 & D8)
http://www.detroitgreens.org/anm08/
Contact: Lou Novak, lmn@lppals.com



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