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Proposal Details

Proposal ID691
ProposalAssign Green Party of Nevada to Temporary Inactive Status
PresenterAccreditation Committee
Floor ManagerAJ Segneri
Discussion01/07/2013 - 01/20/2013
Voting01/21/2013 - 01/27/2013
Presens Quorum32 0.6666
Consens Quorum30 A Majority of Yes and No Votes


GPUS Rules and Procedures, Article I, Chapter IV, Section 3, reads:

"3. An accredited state party which has failed to cast votes for a

period of six months, or has not sent delegates to two consecutive

meetings of the National Committee, may be assigned to temporary

inactive status, upon recommendation of the Accreditation Committee

and majority vote of the National Committee. Parties assigned to

temporary inactive status will retain GREEN PARTY accreditation and,

insofar as possible, will continue to receive NC correspondence; but

shall not be counted toward the NC quorum."

Several state parties that are accredited members of the GPUS have

failed to participate with GPUS for extended periods of time. Because

the NC voting quorum requirements are based on the number of active

states voting, having non voting states listed as active can help make

the passage of some proposals before the National Committee very


The Green Party of Nevada has not participated in an online NC vote

since Sept. 2011, nor has it sent delegates to either of the last two

annual meetings of the NC.


The Green Party of Nevada is assigned to temporary inactive status, but

will retain GPUS accreditation.


This will take effect immediately upon passage, and the Secretary will be

directed to make such changes as needed to put this into effect.




GPUS Accreditation Committee

Holly Hart, co-chair (319) 331-9616

Tamar Yager, co-chair 703-534-2187


GP-US Rules and Procedures

GP-US Voting Page

GP-US Meetings and Minutes

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