Bill Breihan

  • commented on WIGP officer self-nomination 2020-11-13 06:39:04 -0600
    Operations Treasurer

    WIGP officer self-nomination

    Open positions to be elected at the 2020 Fall Gathering:

    1 Co-Chair (2 year term, must have been a Green Party member in good standing for at least 1 year prior)

    Recording Secretary (1 year term)

    Correspondence Secretary (1 year term)

    Operations Treasurer (1 year term)

    Elections Treasurer (1 year term)

    2 National Committee Representatives (1 year term)

    2 National Committee Alternates (1 year term)

     

    Coordinating Council Representatives (1 year terms):

    The coordinating council meets once per month (usually by conference call/virtually) to make decisions about Green Party activities between our semi-annual membership meetings.  These representatives are often very active in the committees which handle decisions about elections, candidates, events, membership drives, building locals/caucuses/or districts, newsletters, media presence, Green Party materials, the platform, and more.

    Besides the 2 Co-Chairs, secretaries, and treasurers, members are elected from a variety of districts, locals, caucuses, and general at-large members for coordinating council representation:

    -8 Congressional District Representatives: Each congressional district is to elect one representative 

    -The Greater Milwaukee Green Party elects one representative

    -The Four Lakes Green Party elects one representative

    -8 At-large members from any district/local/or group are elected by the general membership

    No person can be elected for 2 seats or have more than 1 vote on the coordinating council.  For example, the Greater Milwaukee representative cannot be the same person as one of the 8 at-large or the district representation.  None of the officers (co-chairs, secretaries, or treasurers) can run for these positions because they are already on the coordinating council as officers.  National Committee representatives may run for these seats.

     

    Please identify the position(s) you are 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 in the box below.

    See our Officers and Committees page for descriptions of the roles and responsibilities of Officers and Coordinating Council Members.

    Thanks for your interest in building the Wisconsin Green Party!

    Submit self-nomination

  • donated 2020-10-24 19:14:09 -0500

    Contribute to the Wisconsin Green Party!

    Support the Wisconsin Green Party today! We invite you to become a dues-paying member of the Wisconsin Green Party. Annual membership dues help us continue to build the party. Our suggested minimum dues are as follows:

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  • wants to volunteer 2018-05-08 19:28:08 -0500

    Volunteer

    Sign up as a Wisconsin Green Party volunteer today! If you have certain skills to offer or certain issues you are especially interested in, please let us know in the comments box.

    If you'd like to consider joining one of our committees or teams, go here.

    Become a volunteer

  • donated 2018-05-08 19:27:13 -0500

    Contribute to the WIGP Ballot Access Fund

    $2,125.00 raised
    GOAL: $4,000.00

    We have an exciting slate of Wisconsin Green Party candidates this year - but to put them on the ballot, we need to gather over 10,000 signatures total by June 1st.

    Please contribute to help us hire petitioners to put the party for people, planet and peace on the ballot for every Wisconsin voter!

    Donate

Bill Breihan

Bill Breihan

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