Wesson Gaige posted about Annual State Meeting on Facebook 2017-02-16 12:34:03 -0600Please RSVP: Annual State Meeting
GPTX will hold its Annual State Meeting on June 10 & 11; location TBD. Please make your location suggestion here!
Delegates to the state party will meet to elect officers & national delegates, as well as to update by-laws, platform, and engage in other party building activities. A preliminary draft agenda may be viewed here.
The deadline for county parties to submit by-law & platform amendments to the SEC will be April 26. The deadline for county parties to submit delegate lists to the SEC will be May 16. Individuals from unaffiliated counties who wish to attend the ASM as delegates must RSVP by May 16. Please refer to GPTX by-laws governing the ASM for additional information.
Officer positions up for election at this meeting include one co-chair and two (or three*) at-large positions, as well as all nine national delegate positions. In order to run for a position, delegates may self-nominate even from the floor of the meeting, but it is requested that candidates inform the SEC of their intent to run in advance so that they may be listed in the meeting agenda.
(* The uncertainty related to the number of at-large positions to be filled results from the possibility that one at-large member will run for co-chair, and that one at-large position has been filled by SEC appointment which delegates will need to confirm.)
Please check back with this event listing for additional information as it becomes available.WHENJune 10, 2017 at 9am - June 11, 2017 at 3pmWHERETBD
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