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Ranked Choice Vote ID1066
Ranked Choice VoteCoordinated Campaign Committee Election - not Women
TypeSecret Ballot Revealed at Close of Polls
Number of Seats2
Ranked Choice Vote AdministratorAnita Rios
Discussion10/04/2021 - 10/10/2021
Voting10/11/2021 - 10/17/2021
Presens Quorum32 0.6666
Candidates Hunter Crow, TX


*****Special Note*****
As the CCC has been in the process of updating their elections rules for some time, last year's scheduled election did not take place. This election will fill currently open seats and those elected will serve one and a half year terms. The next election will occur at the regularly scheduled time, after the November general election. Currently the CCC has six members, three of whom are women. This election will fill four vacancies, two for women and two not for women.


The Coordinated Campaign Committee (CCC) is a standing committee of the GPUS that cooperates with state and local chapters in the support of federal, state, and local Green Party electoral campaigns through a variety of different programs and support functions.


The Coordinated Campaign Committee shall consist of 10 voting members Drawn from the affiliated state parties and caucuses. The National Committee shall elect 5 members of the CCC and replacements for recently opened vacancies with an on line election to be held each year. Nominations will be called for by the Secretary of the GPUS each year two weeks after Election Day. A two week nominating period shall be opened, followed by one week of discussion and an on line STV vote using the GPUS voting page and following the procedures and protocols the GPUS uses to elect the Steering Committee. The 5 people elected each year via the regular election shall serve two year terms while those elected or selected to fill vacancies will serve out the term of the member they are replacing. In between annual December elections for the CCC the GPUS Steering Committee shall appoint Greens to fill vacancies.

Committee members elected or selected in 2006 prior to an on line Election authorized by the passage of this proposal shall be able to maintain their seats until the election held in 2007. The Committee will continue to recruit and have members selected by the GPUS SC prior to November 2006 and then hold an election based on this rule change beginning in November 2006 to fill the rest of the seats that have not yet been filled. The Committee shall in January 2007 hold a lottery to determine which of the newly elected committee members shall have their terms conclude in December 2007 and which 5 shall Serve until the election in 2008.

The committee shall always have an equal number of women to other members on its roster, except when it has an odd number of members. Then its makeup can be +1 for any gender. The exception to this rule is that no member of the committee shall be asked or forced to resign from the committee in order to re-establish the balance. The balance will be re-established by adding members to the committee. Each year, the election to fill open seats on the CCC shall be two elections, one to elect up to 5 women to the committee, one to elect up to 5 open seats for men and nonbinary individuals. The number elected in any given year shall be determined by the nature of the vacancies in that year with the goal of having at least 5 women on the committee.”

No State Green Party or GPUS Caucus may have more than one member serving on the CCC at any time. State Parties and Caucuses must formally, in writing, nominate one of their members to serve on the CCC. No State Party or Caucus can nominate more than one person in any given year, nor can they nominate if a member of their state party or caucus will continue to serve on the committee after the filling of whatever seats are being filled. Nominations from State Party or Caucus officers are to be sent to the Secretary of the GPUS during the post November Election Nominating Period and when a vacancy is being filled, and the Secretary shall publish them on the votes email list.

The Coordinated Campaign Committee may also work with a pool of CCC Associates; these include one liaison from each affiliated state party not already represented on the CCC as well as staff or other persons necessary to the productivity of the CCC who shall be chosen as deemed appropriate by the CCC. Associates may participate in CCC discussions and meetings as needed but are not regular voting members of the CCC.

The responsibilities of the co-chairs shall include keeping the committee on task, maintaining a current roster of committee members, conducting votes, and communicating with CC and SC members for the BRPP committee and its subcommittees. Co-chairs shall submit formal monthly reports to the CC list detailing committee activities. The committee may create working groups and subcommittees.

Holly Hart

Candidate Information

Hunter Crow, TX
I was born on February 20, 1995, in Grand Prairie Texas and I am local resident of Arlington Texas. I graduated from James Martin Senior High School in the Class of 2014 in the Arlington ISD. I am currently a student at Tarrant County College Trinity River Campus I Currently enrolled the in-Library Technician Program. Upon Graduation from High School in 2014, I decided to pursue a potential career in politics. I became a member of the Green Party of the United States towards the end of 2015 before the start of the 2016 Presidential Election. I am currently the Co-Chair of Tarrant County Green Party and I have been Local Organizer and Volunteer of Both the Tarrant County Green Party and The Green Party of Texas since 2017. I currently seeking election for a seat on the GPUS Coordinated Campaign Committee. I currently have 6 years of worth of experience as former candidate for the positions of Arlington TX ISD Board of Trustee and Tarrant County College Board of Trustees and Arlington Texas City Council. I hope that If elected to the GPUS Coordinated Campaign Committee. I will be able to share my experience’s on how to run an effective green campaign for School Boards and City Council as well as other important key state or local positions. I have also in my spare time have contributed to a few GPUS Standing Committees as well such as The GPUS BRPP Committee and GPUS Accreditation Committee and GPUS Animals Rights Committee just to name a few of my current involvements and hope to work with CCC to ensure green campaigns are supported.

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