Please identify the position(s) you are interested in running for, and describe your experience with activism and/or the Green Party, as well as why you think you would be a good fit for this position.
Available positions up for election at the 2016 Spring Gathering include both co-chair positions.
Here is the description of the co-chairs' duties from the WIGP Constitution:
The Co-Chairs. The Co-Chairs shall work together to coordinate the activities of the organization. The Co-Chairs are empowered to speak publicly for and in the name of the organization on issues of the day and the policies and positions of the organization between Coordinating Council meetings in accordance with our adopted Key Values and Platform. The Co-Chairs may convene Coordinating Council meetings as they deem necessary and must do so at the request of five (5) or more current Members of the Coordinating Council or ten (10) or more Members in good standing of the organization. Co-Chairs contemplating the issuance of statements or press releases not specifically covered by the Key Values or Platform should consult with a majority of the Coordinating Council prior to making any such statement.
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