Wesson Gaige

  • published Links to Greens in About 2017-09-04 10:21:39 -0600

    Links to Greens

    Texas Green Organizations

    Green Party of Texas (GPTX): Web | Facebook | Twitter
    Bexar County: Web | Facebook | Twitter
    Cameron County: Facebook
    Collin County:
     Facebook | Twitter
    Dallas County: Web | Facebook | Twitter
    Denton County: Web | Facebook | Twitter
    El Paso County: WebFacebook
    Fort Bend County: Facebook
    Galveston County: Facebook
    Gregg: Facebook
    Hidalgo County: Facebook
    Jefferson County: Facebook
    Lubbock: Facebook
    Tarrant County: Web | Facebook | Twitter
    Travis County: Web | Facebook | Twitter
    Webb County: Facebook
    Williamson County: Facebook

     

    US National Green Organizations

    Green Party of the United States (GPUS): Web | Facebook | Twitter
    Jill Stein Campaign 2016: Web | Facebook | Twitter
    Green Party Watch (GP news): Web | Facebook | Twitter
    GPUS Black Caucus: Web | Facebook | Twitter
    GPUS LatinX Caucus: Web (signup form) | Facebook
    GPUS Lavender Greens: Web | Facebook | Twitter
    GPUS Women's Caucus: Facebook
    GPUS Youth Caucus: Web | Facebook


  • rsvped for Candidate Workshop & Ballot Access Training on Facebook 2017-08-24 22:04:32 -0600

    Candidate Development Workshop & Ballot Access Training

    Join us in North Texas and prepare to grow the Green Party in 2018!

    On Saturday, September 30th, prospective candidates will receive orientation and support on how to run as a Green in 2018. On Sunday, ballot access volunteers will receive training on how to operate the convention and petition process.

    Saturday

     

    10-11am – Registration & Welcome

    (Photo & Green Screen info collected & short introductions)

    11-noon – Party Orientation & Green Vision messaging

    (presenter: Laura Palmer)

    Noon – 1pm – small group breakouts & Lunch

    (prospective candidates charged with working on elevator pitch / stump speech with small groups)

    1-2pm – Campaign 101

    (basics of running a campaign; must haves & must dos)

    (presenter: katija gruene)

    2-3pm – Interfacing with GP resources / building the party

    (presenter: Wesson Gaige)

    3-4pm – Ballot Access avenues & requirements

    (party vs. independent ballot access overview)

    (presenter: Travis Christal)

    4-5pm – Prospective Candidate Forum

    (would-be candidates deliver stump speech/elevator pitch to gathering)

    5-6pm – Wrap Up & Networking Mixer

     

    Sunday

     

    Noon – 1pm – Ballot Access Overview for a “convention nominating” party

     

    1 – 2 pm – Operating the precinct, county, district & state conventions

     

    2 – 3 pm – Supplementing voter signatures with a petition drive

     

    3 – 4 pm – Petition signature collection & verification training

     

    4 – 5 pm – Organizing teams for petition signature collection (candidates & local parties)

     

    Volunteers Requested: Help is needed in various roles:

    • Registration/intake
    • Photographer
    • Livestream/video
    • Candidate profiles
    • Meeting logistics

    Please sign up for a shift using the RSVP form on this page.

    WHEN
    September 30, 2017 at 10am - October 01, 2017 at 5pm
    WHERE
    Dallas Public Library
    1515 Young St
    Dallas, TX 75201
    United States
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  • signed up on Get Involved 2016-11-27 22:44:03 -0700

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  • wants to volunteer 2016-12-21 12:02:41 -0700

    Volunteer

    Congratulations! You have taken the next step to become active in the Green Party. The Party's success in building an alternative future depends on you and what you choose to do.

    There are many possibilities for participation. You could engage in traditional political activities such as block-walking, phone-banking, and tabling. Or, you could work with other Greens to create citizen media such as Greenwatch or other programs. Issues based activism is a good fit with the Green Party as we work to knit the social movements together. You let us know what you want to do, and we'll help you find a way to do it.

     

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  • donated 2017-09-01 05:49:33 -0600

    Monthly Sustainer

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    We encourage people to donate at least $10/month, which is equivalent to 30 cents a day to help maintain a non-corporate sponsored, grassroots, political party. Of course any amount will be helpful!

    We hope you agree it is worth the investment.

    The Green Party of Texas thanks you for your financial support. We will use these funds to operate and grow the party, defend ballot access, fund campaigns and promote our platform positions.

    Unlike the two major parties, the Green Party does not accept donations from corporations, only individuals ... just like you. In doing so we make very clear our commitment to Green politics -- for and in the interest of the people.

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