CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING & AGENDA
Central Committee Meeting
At present, our Central Committee meetings are held via Zoom. Our online meetings are open to credentialed Precinct Committee People and invited guests. Members of the public are invited to view our livestream on YouTube.
Please register in advance of the meeting via our Zoom link (advance RSVPs are always welcomed).
Meeting Called to Order
- Chair Comments and Welcome
Adoption of the Agenda and Minutes
- Documents are publicly available in the Google Drive Folders and via the links on this page.
Admin and Standing Committee Reports + Questions
- All committees have a few minutes to give an update/summary of what they’re currently working on and/or any other updates they have for the larger body.
- The floor is then opened for any questions for the committees.
New PCP Vote
- The list of upcoming PCPs is always available here.
- Proposals or topics submitted in advance to the chair, they will now be allowed to present them to the larger body.
- PCPs can bring up new topics and proposals / notices they would like to bring up.
Remember, this is a draft template agenda. The actual agenda will be sent out before each CC meeting, and can also be found in our PCP Drive Agendas Folder.
How to join a Central Committee meeting
2nd THURSDAY of each month
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
MEETING HELD OVER ZOOM
* After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting *
Join ZOOM starting at 6:30 PM for credentialing. You must RSVP above or via email for the CC Meeting. You will be sent a link to join, and you will be in the waiting room while the credentials committee verifies and admits you. There will not be any breakout rooms. Please mute yourself by 6:59 PM so we can begin on time. If you have announcements, please write them in chat. Click here for a handy Parliamentary Motions Reference Sheet.
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Leadership Meetings are scheduled on the 4th Thursday of every month and alternate between AD/ADL/NL Meetings on ODD months and Committee Chairs Meetings on EVAN months. View the calendar for more info.
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Platform, Resolutions and Legislative Committee - Faith Ruffing
Study Groups are subgroups of the Platform, Resolutions and Legislative Standing Committee and connect to the Articles of the Platform. They work on issue related discussions that may lead to community action or legislation and other efforts to impact outcomes.
Justice - Sally Joughin
Tribal Sovereignty - Ruth Jensen
Historical and Ongoing Anti-Blackness - Quinton Blanton
Election Integrity - Bill Harris
Basic Rights - Mark Nerys
Education - Margi Brown
Economy - Mitch Rofsky
Climate Action - Pat DeLaquil
Abuse of Power
Labor and Small Business
Communication: Jas Davis
Technology: Aaron Levine