People, Planet & Peace
The Massachusetts Affiliate of the Green Party of the United States
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Short Term Attainable Goals for the GRP

Sponsors: Mike Heichman, Suffolk County and

Contact Info for Floor Manager: mikeheichman@verizon.net, 617-265-8143

Committees Vetted: Adcom, StatreCom,Working Committees, & Local Chapters

Background: Our party needs a long-term strategic plan. Over the years, there have been 2 unsuccessful attempts to create such a plan. As a first step, the State Party will create a plan for the rest of 2013 and 2014.

Summary: The Winter 2013 StateCom meeting will request that Adcom, members of StateCom,  the Working Committees and Local Chapters will come up with proposals for the StateCom’s consideration at the Winter, 2013 StateCom meeting.

Some over-lapping questions:

1. How can we increase and strengthen existing chapters and increase our membership?

2. How can we better encourage and support our candidates to run for public office?

3. What issues should be the focus of our statewide party and how can that both serve the Commonwealth and also build our party?

Proposal:

I.            Adcom, members of StateCom, Working Committees and Local Chapters will be invited to submit proposals for the Spring, 2013 StateCom meeting. All will be invited to submit attainable proposals with requests on how the different structures of the State Party and Local Chapters can support their plans.

II.             Proposals will be presented to the Spring, 2013 StateCom meeting. The StateCom will spend 60 minutes (more if it decides to extend) discussing and deciding a plan to grow the party for 2013 and 2014. Members of Working Committees and Local Chapters will be invited to attend the meeting.

 

 

 

 

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commented 2013-01-10 09:22:48 -0500 · Flag
I co-sponsor this proposal, as I think it will be fruitful for the party to discuss strategy.
tagged this with Will co-sponsor 2013-01-10 09:20:57 -0500
published this page in 2013 Winter Meeting Proposals 2012-12-27 13:27:04 -0500