The Green National Committee (GNC) is responsible for decision making between Annual National Meetings. Over the holidays they have been busy, and several proposals are now in the voting phase.
In the not too distant past, some proposals and appointments have failed due to a lack of a voting quorum. To address that problem it has been proposed that four states be assigned a “temporary inactive status”. They include Alaska, Wyoming, Idaho, and Vermont.
All these proposals were submitted by the Accreditation Committee. This committee is headed up by Nannette Garrett of Georgia and Roger Snyder of New York.
So far there have been only “Yes” and “abstain” votes cast, but only a few of those. Voting began today and ends on the 10th.