On Monday evening, November 21, 2016, members and supporters of the Baltimore Green Party met to discuss the recent election and to lay out plans for 2017. A large diverse turnout of at least 70 people attended. The meeting was an idea session -- people making suggestions on actions, issues and outreach for the party.
One suggestion from a member of Margaret Flowers campaign staff applied more to a national rather than local effort. He suggested that a survey of campaigns around the country be taken of lessons learned from running for office, stating "we can learn a lot from each others successes and failures".
Those in attendance agreed that with the non-hierarchical nature of the Green Party this might be difficult to accomplish but a survey should be sent to candidates about their experience or it could be sent to state parties asking them to forward to candidates. The former would be a smaller sample but perhaps a more useful one.