Responding to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Mass Shooting

Yesterday afternoon, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Broward county, Florida, experienced the most deadly school shooting since 2012’s Sandy Hook massacre.

  Last year, Parkland was declared “The Safest City in Florida”.

  The Green Party of Florida’s members have no desire to politicize this tragedy. Nonetheless, it is appropriate that we make a statement as we are a political party. We believe policy affects outcomes.

  Floridians and Americans at large must ask ourselves a simple question. Do we care about these shootings? Do we care enough to act? Is 17 dead students enough for us to act, or to make our elected leaders act? Our current elected politicians do not care to act, and we all must make them.

 The Green Party of Florida will not publicly offer thoughts and prayer, as these are simply obvious statements of facts. No American with access to television or internet can avoid thinking about this tragedy. No American with faith in the power of prayer is not praying for the victims, or for an end to this uniquely American scourge.

  None of us yet has a sure solution to the problem of near-constant mass shootings, and school shooting, and random shooting plaguing our nation only.  Nonetheless, Americans, on the whole, agree on several simple common-sense policies. Republicans, Democrats, Greens and other independent voters alike agree on the same policies that our well-funded politicians refuse to even consider. We believe you know what these policies are already. We believe that Floridians deserve, demand more than what our current leaders offer us.

The Green Party of Florida Coordinating Council will be having an emergency Conference Call tomorrow night the 16th of February at 8pm to discuss the issues of Gun Violence in the State of Florida including the rise in mass shootings, police shootings, and the “Stand Your Ground” law. We know that Floridians are looking for new ideas and real solutions to the issues of Gun Violence in our Communities, Schools, and Work Places and we are committed as a Party to finding and advancing those ideas and solutions.

WMNF Hosts Radio Debate in Florida House District 58 Special Election

Green Party of Florida endorsed candidate Ahmad Saadaldin debates with Democrat Jose Vazquez and Libertarian Bryan Zemia in a radio debate hosted by WMNF in Tampa, Florida on November 27th, 2017.

The Green Party of Florida thanks WMNF Tampa for hosting an Open Debate in the December 19th special election for Florida House District 58.

Source and Audio recording can be found at:

3 Florida House District 58 candidates debate on WMNF

Misión Boricua: First Recovery Summit for Puerto Rico

The Green Party of Florida has been invited to be one of the co-hosting/sponsoring organizations for this summit along with the U.S. Green Party Latinx Caucus. Please contact our point person and Co-Chair Jennifer Sullivan at greencat9@juno.com if you wish to attend this event as a representative for the Green Party of Florida.

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1370574293069324/

We want to invite you to Misión Boricua’s First Recovery Summit on Thursday November 16th from 5pm – 8pm. This is the initial conversation of the several that we will have regarding the reconstruction of Puerto Rico. We will be discussing two major topics: Jones Act and voting. Phillip Arroyo, JD., will be one of our speakers with his presentation “The Jones Act: Breaking Puerto Rico’s Shackles” as well as Doug Head, Chairman of County Watch, who will be presenting “Secret of Success for Community Voting.” We will also be registering people to vote and taking voter restoration signatures. In addition, we will also be accepting grocery and household donations for recent arrivals from Puerto Rico which will be donated to Latino Leadership. For food count, please RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mision-boricua-first-recovery-summit-tickets-39336708153?aff=eac2. The Misión Boricua: First Recovery Summit will be held at the Ana G. Mendez University System’s Library: 5601 S. Semoran Blvd. We encourage all who want to learn more about Puerto Rico’s situation to join us in this important conversation.

Queremos invitarlos a la Primera Cumbre de Recuperación de Misión Boricua el jueves 16 de noviembre de 5pm – 8pm. Esta es la conversación inicial de las varias que tendremos sobre la reconstrucción de Puerto Rico. Discutiremos dos temas principales: el Acta Jones o Ley de Cabotaje y votación. Phillip Arroyo, JD., será uno de nuestros oradores con su presentación “El Acta Jones: Rompiendo las Cadenas de Puerto Rico”, y Doug Head, presidente de County Watch quien presentará “Secreto de Truinfo en las Votaciones Comunitarias”. También estaremos registrando personas para votar y tomando firmas de restauración de votantes.Ademas estaremos colectando alimentos y articulos del hogar para recien llegados de Puerto Rico. Por favor hagan reservación para la comida en https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mision-boricua-first-recovery-summit-tickets-39336708153?aff=eac2. Misión Boricua: Primera Cumbre de Recuperación se llevará a cabo en la Biblioteca del Sistema Universitario Ana G. Méndez: 5601 S. Semoran Blvd. Deseamos que todos los que quieran aprender más sobre la situación de Puerto Rico a unirse con nosotros en esta importante conversación.

 

Green Party Hosts Campaign Training School in Central Florida!

Green Party of the United States prepared candidates and their teams for
successful campaigns in Orlando, Florida this past weekend!

Approximately 25 participants traveled from various parts of Florida to participate.

Orlando, Florida– (October 14 -15, 2017) GPUS and GPCFL, is excited to inform everyone of
the accomplishment of the Campaign Training School. The presenters for the weekend were Erin
Fox (MI), Hillary Aisenstein Kane (PA), and Karen Morian (FL). Each Presenter facilitated
and interactively engaged participants. Also, the class was broken up into workshop style
modalities and encouraged questions and dialogue.

The GPUS team presented topics such as: Why Run for Office 101?  Goal Setting for your
Campaign, Voter Targeting & Voter ID, Building a campaign Infrastructure, and many more
essential topics. Also, each Facilitator conveyed through their instruction the importance of
Movement/Party Building.

The next Campaign Training School will be sometimes next year. However, the goal of the next
class will be to have those who attended this past training to teach and train as well in their local
areas and state.

The GPFL is working on editing video content recorded at our workshop and will make that content available through our website in the near future. The GPFL also Live-Streamed some session on our Facebook page which you can watch here.

Robin Harris
GPCFL CO-Chair/FL Delegate

Hurricane Harvey and Other Apocalyptic Nightmares

Hurricane Harvey and Other Apocalyptic Nightmares

September 4, 2017
Jennifer Sullivan
Co-Chair of the Green Party of Florida

Led Zeppelin asked in their classic song – “How Many More Times?” As a Green since 1996 and an Independent since 1972, I also am asking this question. I’ll even throw in a dab of Jr. Walker and The All-stars and say “What Does it Take?”

Greens have formed since the 80’s, when it was very clear to those who started the party that the trends in our country (and the world) were heading in the wrong direction. We are a worldwide party, by the way.
Greens are often asked to be everything to everyone, or else the support veers back to the terrible 2 corporate parties. When it comes to the environment, though, I think that’s one place where almost every person could agree that we have stood on the side of preserving a clean and safe planet.

Other parties feel like they are on the cutting edge when their elected leaders actually come out with the words “climate change”. Meanwhile, Greens have been aware of and following the science put forth by the people who have known that it was yes happening and yes accelerated by human activity. They base these facts on years of their life’s work. These people are called: climatologists.

Greens know that “clean coal” is a figment of some marketers imagination. We know that tar sands oil needs to be left undisturbed in the soil. We know that fuel efficiency has been bandied about for nearly 50 years in DC and Detroit and that the USA falls behind Europe (and even China) in standards for that. Greens have offered many solutions that would give people sustainable jobs and keep our ecology running smoothly. All of that has been outlined in our Green Party platform and Green New Deal for years!

People ask me – why don’t more people know about it?
I would offer that it’s because of the same old tactics that have been perpetrated on citizens of our country and of any other country that would listen. Examples of how disinformation works abound if one cares to look. The tobacco industry’s spin of denial, Big Sugar subsidized to be allowed to cause an unhealthy addiction in our children, the push back on auto safety, corporations rights to not disclose, Wall Street over taking savings banks, iffy reasons for wars and on and on. Too overwhelmed? Take this pill. Too underwhelmed? Take that pill. Advertise. Advertise. Advertise. Then our info comes spoon fed out in safe and completely researched little sound bytes. If you can read this whole piece – congrats – feel great that you can still focus that long.

The corporate run media is out to stay in business and they must do these two things:
1) Produce products that people want to see such as – a hit mini series, talk shows and of course “reality” TV. Known in the business as “buying our eyes”.
2) Make money from the sponsors so they can show those programs of news, disinformation and good old distracting entertainment.
Turns out, Americans prefer to be entertained than informed of facts that may be not fun and even worse – they could be disturbing facts.
So the 12 year old in us falls easy prey to the market. We want more, we have more, we never feel fulfilled even with free home delivery. It’s all paid for by the same companies that join in this vicious cycle of pumped up value and non-disclosure of potential dangers.

With the ever growing amounts of money in all elections, our elected mis-leaders fear telling the real truth, because they might offend a potential or current campaign donor. When faced with doing the right thing, they either blatantly side with the money (Republicans) or apparently they are waiting for a better day when they can really speak truth to power, even though that day has never seemed to come (Democrats).

The spin most folks hear on Greens (if they even hear about us at all) will be designed by highly paid think tanks to divide and conquer any support for a party with our best interests as their goal and no strings attached. Their trolls come out to use the following ploys wherever necessary:
1) Greens are too “out there” for the main stream, but not enough if you ask certain anarchists or hard line Communists, etc.
2) Greens are caught in a catch 22 – We don’t take any dark money, special interest PAC funds or dark money in elections. Therefore, so they say, we can’t compete against that money and can never win. If we go ahead and take that money we would not be able to have the objectivity that is needed to lead.
3) Our ideas are “not practical”, even though they are working great in other countries – that’s not disclosed, of course.
4) We are scapegoated as that big reason that the Democrats loose, but still not significant enough to get into the debates.
5) We can’t get into the debates, unless we poll at 15% or higher. Which would be hard to have happen, as there is an enforced policy of not mentioning us as an option – even when were one of only 4 parties in the whole country to have had the electoral votes to win the presidency in 2016. This is also rather shocking when you consider that 14 Republicans got national debate TV air time in a two tiered schedule. It’s a fairly safe bet that even Paul Ryan could not name those 14  – if asked point blank.
6) So we don’t seem to be able do enough, or win, because we have been suppressed to not be heard from.
7) Everyone wants a “3rd party” but just not this important election – wait until….
8) People who have had enough of all that are urged to say “let’s start a new party!” They say this without realizing how very hard it is to go out and start a unified national party. Whereas, Greens have developed over the years, nearly 35 and counting.
9) Greens want too much, but not enough – and yet maybe someday….
All these reasons to either ignore us, fight against us or put off support buys time for those who are profiting off the exploitation of our masses and loses time for the rest of us on crucial issues.

Weirdly the end result of all this indoctrination is that, instead of doubting the failed and (at best) under performing leadership that we have been getting from the same old 2 parties, we are programmed to doubt trying something new!

We have been taught to keep our expectations of government really low. It’s great to register No Party Affiliated or Independent to show the distaste for these 2 parties that are shoved down our throats, but not if you end up voting for either of them or not voting! If our votes did not matter, they would not spend so much time and money to seduce our votes towards them alone. Why should we be giving them ever widening chances to get worse and then beyond worse?

Despite the hampering from the powers that be, Greens are the only truly progressive party to have achieved a national presence in electoral politics.

Greens have grown with the times, while the other parties pretend that everything is the way it must be.
Greens have had solutions and worked to form new solutions, as time moves on.

Our candidate for president in 2016 (Jill Stein) was the only candidate for that office to bother to go to the Paris Climate talks! The rest just shook in their boots, afraid that they might rock the donation boat.

Bottom line is: It’s up to you to step up and support us. Waiting until the fixable becomes un-fixable (even by Greens with the best intentions) is not good strategy.

We just can’t keep having these disasters shatter people’s lives and leave no one accountable.

Give Greens a chance, rather than sitting home on election day shaking your head in disgust – again. Vote, Vote clean and vote Green. If you  are able to register Green in your state (and Floridians can) then that is also great support.
As Jill Stein says: It’s in your hands.
As I say: WHEN will it be the right time?
Greens are the party for the rest of us and the time is NOW

Harvey Disaster Relief

Relief Efforts being organized by some of same people who organized Common Ground in NOLA after Katrina.

Instead of giving to RedCross please donate to local efforts, local decentralized efforts are more efficient and have no overhead, and we have issues with Red Cross in these situations.

All of these groups & others are coordinating efforts to assist in Houstonarea, and assist evacuees from other areas already in Austin. We are involved with the first two and vouch for them, a group is headed to

Houston with boats tomorrow:

Austin Common Ground Volunteer Form
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdk0SkSJLXTEuaBcL4WGPB7z-X41qwp8iyQRuKVqH5P22U8fQ/viewform?usp=send_form

@ATXFlood on twitter & FB

Austin Disaster Relief Network
https://adrn.org/disaster-relief/hurricaneharvey/

Houston DSA
https://www.youcaring.com/peopleimpactedbyhurricaneharvey-914409

Response to Non-convictions in the Philando Castile and Sam Dubose

by Robin Harris spokesperson for GPFL
 
I think it would be remiss for the Green Party not to address recent non-convictions in the cases of Philando Castile and Sam Dubose this past week. It is quite evident, in my opinion, the tainted complexities of our democracy. The corruption of police or policing is only a symptom as is our current administration. With that being said, the harsh reality is more police will be acquitted. It is apparent that democracy only serves and protects certain groups and classes of people.
 
The prosecution of policemen seems to be hindered by the very laws that are supposed to protect ALL citizens. There are major institutional, social and legal impediments to law enforcement being held accountable for the crimes they commit. It is a very complicated and sophisticated task. The difficulty seems to be intentional. So must our pushback. But before we can resist we must find ourselves out of this labyrinth of defeat.
 
That cycle is heightened with every case of unarmed black men and women being gunned down. Policemen are getting slaps on the wrist if that. What is the hindrance? Policing? Race and law? Class? It’s all and more. It’s systemic and bad policies. There are so many layers to this we can’t just look at one thing. There are so many issues that must be unpacked and overturned. Re-examining cases such as Tennessee v Garner (1985). Basically, this case implemented into law the ability for policemen to kill any fleeing suspect regardless of the potential risks. It did state that the use of
force has to be reasonable. It seems fair, but it isn’t because it’s ambiguous and broadly written. In addition, Graham vs. Connor (1989) ruled the legality of every law enforcement use-of-force incident. All of this is coupled with more vagueness of Law enforcement fearing for their lives and making reasonable decisions. In writing police reports regarding incidents of force and or fatality they must include these ”Graham factors.” Policemen have layered due process and protection. For the average citizen it leaves them targeted and victimized by these policies. Unfortunately, we must add that at least 14 states have in place Law Enforcement Bill of Rights (LEBOR). This is the most arrogant of protections for officers as it even makes sure that during investigation it protects them from being tired and worn.
 
We can sum these layers up by pointing out the increase of paramilitary style police. This alone with judicial rulings gives policemen a lot of power. Next, policemen are often investigated by their friends or other officers. There is no independent scrutiny. Jurors aren’t asked to see if the actions taken on citizens are “right” but rather reasonable.
 
There are so many bad policies that have led to this trajectory. So many outdated cases that should not be precedent. Unfair due process that strips innocent people of humanity.
 
What can we as a Green Party Movement do to eradicate? How do we unpack and overturn these laws? What must we do as Greens to engage in a civic matter to counter? Almost daily someone is being murdered by the police and they are getting acquitted. How do we keep silent and allow Mothers to keep burying their sons and daughters? How long do we keep protecting (with bad legislation) those who have taken an oath to protect us? I do not have an immediate answer but I know that we must rise and take action. We can’t afford to be neutral or quiet. Where do we begin?

In response to Donald Truth USA from the Paris Accord

Trump’s decision to detach from the Paris Accord should not come as a surprise to anyone. Especially the more Progressive thinker. He has expressed repeatedly his view, or lack of, from the very beginning. He has made clear that he is anti-science and does not take climate change serious.

However, Trump and his administration are mere symptoms of this issue. To be shocked or blame him alone would be myopic. Neglect of the environment and climate issues did not just begin. Both parties have contributed to our present calamity. People have been suffering as a result for years.

Unfortunately, the Island Nations of Oceania have experienced the wrath of this increasing disaster long before June 1. The Islanders of the Pacific were probably the first of many climate refugees. They have been seeking constant asylum not from corrupt government tactics but from climate change! These poor people have been on the front line of climate change. One of the Islands Tuvalu is almost wiped out. But we have to note that this has been happening post Trump administration! I must add that Ghana is also on this list of having climate refugees. This coastal country on the Motherland is experiencing tragedies from the sea warming and impacting their villages. The increase of climate refugees is becoming clear.

The USA has to acknowledge our own climate refugees from turbulent weather patterns and disasters. Have we forgotten Hurricane Katrina? In 2005, Katrina killed 1,200 people and caused more than $100 billion in damages. We witnessed tons of people having to leave their homes and migrate to other states. This was not a choice. They were forced out of their homes. The blatant neglect before and after Katrina can only be to the impact of climate change and environmental racism.

People here in the U.S. that live in deplorable and low socioeconomic places carry the burden of health risks and targets for catastrophes. For example, many black and brown people live in areas withdangerous industrial pollution. Also, these groups live near hazardous waste and toxic sites. Native Americans also experience these same living conditions. Low income families also attend schools with lead and asbestos. All of these issues have been ongoing.

So, climate change and environmental racism is not a new problem or a Trump issue. The corporate greed and privileged attitudes have made it easy to turn our heads or place blame.

Therefore, the Green Party will have to take the lead on this. Align with other Progressives and resist. Execute plans that will slow climate trends down. We will need to employ programs that will create jobs and transitions for people of color that are being effected by climate change. If the power is in our hands as it should be, we will need to become a party of action and resilience.

Robin Harris
GPFL State Spokesperson

2017 Annual Membership Meeting

Please join us for the Green Party of Florida 2017 Annual Membership Meeting and Elections on May 26-28. This has been an exciting year of campaigns, politics, and revelations.

On Saturday, we will be having presentations and discussions on issues and organizing. Sunday will be elections of officers and board. Friday evening is a relaxed social to welcome greens from around the state and kick off the weekend.

Total Conference Weekend Registration Fee
To Register for the GPFL 2017 ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING (May 26-28), please make a donation of $29 for both registration and lunch: $20 (suggested donation, no one turned away for lack of funds), and optionally $9 for a delicious vegetarian/vegan lunch including beverage served on site brought by the area’s famous Taco Bus. If you prefer, you can bring your own food and drink.

Donation/Registration Fee Page: http://www.gpfl.org/donate/
Please write to info@www.new.gpfl.org if you have any questions.

We look forward to seeing you there!
Event listed on FB at https://www.facebook.com/gpflorida/

GPFL AMM Agenda – MAY 26-28, 2017

FRIDAY 5/26  (@PEACE HOUSE: 8052 N. 56th Street, Tampa, FL 33617 )

6-9pm Peace House meet and greet sponsored by Tampa Greens they are bringing food and 7:00 PM Pedro will do his act. Pot luck by local.

SATURDAY 5/27 (@SAUNDER’S LIBRARY: 1505 Nebraska Ave. Tampa, Florida 33602-2849, 813-273-3652)

Library opens at 10:00 am. Set up chairs. Get mic ready at podium. Set up 2+ tables at sides of room for merchandise and fliers & one by entry way. Bagels and Coffee : )

10:15 Convene meeting – Co-chairs Victor Agosto (Broward) and Jennifer Sullivan (Hernando) – Welcome and explain stack Overview of agenda & Intros

10:30  Eritha “Akile” Cainion and Jesse Nevelsky speak about their current campaigns for offices in St Pete.

11:00 Karen Morian (Duval) Voting Rights  Restoration

11:30 Joshua McAdams speaks on mushrooms and fungi.  He is the largest forager in the state of Florida

12:00 lunch break – Taco Bus Mex fare

12:30 Steve Showen (Miami)- Carbon sequestration presentation

1:00 Modern Monetary Theory – Brian Schatz (Hillsborough)

1:30 Robin Harris  (Central Florida GP) Speaking for the LGBTQ community

2:00 John Debus (Duval) Building the party as state organizer

2:30 Plastic bag campaign Friedemann Buschbeck (Hillsborough)

3:00 Sheridan Murphy – Native American Rights and pipelines

3:30 Ahmad Saadaldin (Hillsborough) speaks on Palestine

4:00 Connie Burton speaks on poverty issues and the Homeless Bill of Rights

4:30 – 4:45 break

4:45 Jason Kofender (Hillsborough)  social media  campaign strategy

5:15 Harry Patterson (Alachua) treasurer report – State growth overview and national lobby Victor and Jennifer/  adjourn and breakdown room at 5:45 – 6 :00  library closes

Dinner at The Mermaid –  6719 N Nebraska Ave – https://www.mermaidtaverntampa.com/

SUNDAY 5/28 (@PEACE HOUSE: 8052 N. 56th Street, Tampa, FL 33617)

10-11 Karen on CCC  issue organizing and creating caucuses.

11 – 11:30 Kim O-Connor (Hillsborough) and Anita Stewart (Hernando) speak on campaign strategy

11:30 Richmond California Skypes in about coalition forming (time may vary as this is 8:30 AM on west coast)

State elections commence until 3:00 (may be done sooner) adjourn

New board should meet before they leave

GPFL Annual Membership Meeting Elections

ATTENTION ALL REGISTERED GREENS IN FLORIDA!!!
These are the offices that will be up for election for the GPFL. They are all for one year terms, except where otherwise noted. Registered Greens can self-nominate or nominate other Greens to any position. All nominations must be seconded by another Green. Elections will be held at the Peace House on Sunday, May 28th. Time 10 am – 3 PM. Location details are on our website. Nominations can be made here or via the GPFL Coordinating council or at the state meeting.
For officer positions: Current or past members of state coordinating council recommended but not mandatory.
For national delegates: Current or past delegates, or observers, highly recommended.
Also recommended that members limit themselves to no more than 3 offices or national committees as not to spread themselves too thin.
The goal is to do all that you can to help grow and strengthen our party of common sense and good conscience in the state of Florida and/or nation-wide thereby giving us increased relevance and more elected Greens.
 
State Board Members:
Co-chair of a different gender than male heterosexual ( a 2 year term )
The co-equal co-chairs are responsible for the following:
  1. Providing unifying direction to the State Board of Trustees.
  2. Drafting an agenda and chairing regular meetings of the Board.
  3. Helping the Board to coordinate and achieve its work.
  4. Assisting the Board in coordinating and assisting the work of the State Party committees

Official Secretary – Serves as the SEC’s official Florida state listed secretary for the purpose of fulfilling state and federal election law and state corporation law requirements. Receives and sends official party correspondence and keeps copies of all official documents.

Official Treasurer – Serves as the official treasurer of the Party for the purpose of fulfilling state and federal election law and state corporation law requirements. The treasurer is also responsible for presenting financial reports to the Board of Trustees, State CC and the General Membership Meeting.

Assistant Treasurer – Trains under the official treasurer and also in charge of state fund raising efforts.

Recording Secretary – Maintains the minutes of the Board of Trustees, the minutes State Coordinating Council and the minutes of the meeting(s) of the General Membership. To record and report State CC proposals, votes, and resolutions.

Communications Secretary –Liaison to the state IT team. Has access to GPFL’s info.org to maintain party communications between and among the State CC and the various county parties and locals as well as outside inquiries. Keeps track of delegate and local contact information, adds new delegates and contacts the appropriate official state spokespersons for comments or appearances.

Board of Trustees Responsibilities:
Serve as the members of the State Executive Committee. Develop a State Party strategic plan (to be approved by the State CC). Do party building. Lead state-wide initiatives, and other such projects as necessary or directed by the State CC. Serve as liaison to the various state committees.

Spokespersons: Represent the GPFL with various media or at functions such as meetings and rallies. One each area.
  • North Florida
  • Central Florida
  • South Florida
GPFL Membership Coordinator
Credentialing of new affiliates membership lists. Examining and recommending to the CC the paperwork submitted by locals wishing to affiliate statewide.
 
3 Delegates to the Green Party of the United States
GPF is currently accredited for 3 delegates to the National Green Party of the United States Coordinating Committee their job is to vote the interests of the GPFL on the national list.
 
3 Alternate delegates

Tasked with voting if a delegate is unable to vote. Should stay informed about the current voting issues on the national list and be prepared to vote within the final 24 hours of a vote should they not see a delegate responding

Observers to GPUS Delegate list

Members on GPUS Committees and Caucuses:
(up to 3 Florida Greens per committee. May volunteer to what ever may be of interest as a voting member or an observer but must be approved by state Greens)
  • GPUS Animal Rights
  • GPUS Coordinated Campaign Committee Liaison
  • GPUS Black Caucus
  • GPUS Dispute Resolution
  • GPUS Eco Action
  • GPUS Fundraising Committee
  • GPUS International
  • GPUS Latinx Caucus
  • GPUS Lavender Caucus
  • GPUS Media
  • GPUS Merchandising Committee
  • GPUS Outreach
  • GPUS Platform and Rules Committee
  • GPUS Presidential Campaign Support Committee
  • GPUS Women’s Caucus
  • GPUS Youth Caucus
For more details: