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Proposal ID963
Proposal2019 National Delegate Apportionment Tabulation
PresenterApportionment Tabulation Committee
Floor ManagerGloria Mattera
Discussion07/01/2019 - 07/14/2019
Voting07/15/2019 - 07/21/2019
Presens Quorum34 0.6666
Consens Quorum65 0.6666 of Yes and No Votes


Note: Quorum
The work of the Apportionment Tabulation Committee has been completed in accordance with GPUS Rules and Procedures, Article VIII.


The Apportionment Tabulation Committee hereby submits its report of Apportionment Tabulation of National Delegates from active, affiliated state Green parties, for approval by the National Committee. The apportionment numbers are given as follows: for each active, affiliated state, the number of apportioned delegates, with the change (if any) from the previous apportionment in parentheses.

The spreadsheet showing precisely how these numbers were calculated is available by tha URL link to a shared document. See References below.

The Apportionment is as follows:

The corrected apportionment is as follows:

Alabama, 2
Alaska, 2
Arizona, 2
Arkansas, 2 (-1)
California, 17 (-8)
Colorado, 3 (+1)
Connecticut, 5 (+2)
Delaware, 2
District of Columbia, 2
Florida, 4 (+1)
Georgia, 2
Hawaii, 2
Idaho (inactive),
Illinois, 11 (+2)
Indiana, 2
Iowa, 2
Kansas, 2
Kentucky, 2
Louisiana, 2
Maine, 5 (+1)
Maryland, 3 (+1)
Massachusetts, 4
Michigan, 6
Minnesota, 2 (-1)
Mississippi, 2
Missouri, 3 (+1)
Montana, 2
Nebraska, 2
Nevada, 2
New Hampshire (unaccredited),
New Jersey, 2
New Mexico, 2
New York, 9 (+2)
North Carolina, 2
North Dakota (unaccredited),
Ohio, 3
Oklahoma, 2
Oregon, 3
Pennsylvania, 4
Rhode Island, 2
South Carolina, 2 (-1)
South Dakota (unaccredited),
Tennessee, 2
Texas, 10 (+1)
Utah, 2
Vermont (inactive),
Virginia, 2
Washington, 2
West Virginia, 2
Wisconsin, 2 (-1)
Wyoming (inactive),
TOTAL: 150 (+4)

This tabulation was approved by the members of the Apportionment Tabulation Committee: Timothy Runkle, Guy Benintendi, Jody Grage, Sanda Everett, Adam Davis, James Lane, B. Sidney Smith


Contact: B. Sidney Smith, ATC Chair,


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