Hartford County Greens to meet on November 1
Hartford county agenda items:
Updates from our liaisons with other organizations with similar values: David Ionno, Veterans for Peace; etc.
People who may be interested in being GPCT candidates in the November 6, 2018 election?
What are issues from the people of Hartford county towns, that the Hartford county chapter of the GPCT may wish to engage in? E.g. what legislative issues being promoted by the GPCT do we wish to join? What legislative issues unique to Hartford County and/or its towns, do we wish to promote. Other town specific issues?
Future chapter events? Social gathering? Fundraiser(s) for Hartford County candidates?
Any upcoming events in the county towns that this chapter may wish to join?
Suggestions for future focus of the Hartford County chapter.
Updates about the GPCT issues, activities, events and plans e.g. Mike’s participation in the 10-26-17 panel discussion about the 2005 CT CEP (Citizens’ Election Program) i.e. CT taxpayers’ money to provide campaign money to candidates of the dominant party (so far) and the GPCT (and S. Michael DeRosa’s) lawsuit against the State of CT brought forth by the ACLU which went to the U.S. Supreme Court .
Reports from Mike and Barbara about the workshops they attended at the GPUS July 13—16, 2017 Annual Meeting.
SMD: updates regarding: GPUS Ballot Access and Peace Action Committees.
BAB update regarding: GPUS Campaign Coordinating Committee activities and a GPCT 2016 candidate.
Anyone interested in serving as GPCT representative to a GPUS standing committees (e.g. Accreditation, Animal Rights, Annual National Meeting, Ballot Access, Bylaws/Rules/Policies and Procedures, Dispute Resolution, Diversity, Eco-Action, Finance, Fundraising, GreenPages Editorial Board, International, Media, Merchandise, Outreach, Peace, Platform and Presidential Campaign Support).
Determine next Hartford county chapter meeting: date, time and place (in another Hartford Co. town?).
Directions from Hartford, CT to Panera's Bread, 1214 Farmington Ave,. Bristol, CT 06010-4714
Take I-84 West to US-6 West via EXIT 32 on the left toward Waterbury.
Take the US-6 W exit, EXIT 38, toward Bristol. 0.32 miles
Keep left to take the ramp toward Bristol. 0.03 miles
Merge onto US-6 W. 6.40 miles
1214 Farmington Ave, Bristol, CT 06010-4714 and turn right into the Bristol Plaza shopping center.
Panera’s Bread is on the right (back of building is facing Farmington Avenue.)
co-chairperson/secretary of the GPCT Hartford County chapter;
former GPCT coordinator for the 2016 Jill Stein for US president petitioning effort.