are not exclusive or comprehensive and are not intended to limit members'
involvement in causes of their choice.
are part of a continuing process of focusing HCGP resources and energies
on important, clearly defined organizational goals. All HCGP members are
invited to join this process.
is to transform politics into a democratic process that serves justice,
dignity, and sustainability. In 2003, the following objectives will guide
and measure, though not limit, our work toward that mission:
elect a Green Party member or Green Party-endorsed progressive to
local public office.
the HCGP database by 500 names.
in coalition with three progressive organizations, by engaging in
three joint activities per group, to promote shared key values and
forcefully for peace, civil rights, and other important issues by
endorsing, organizing, and participating in public actions.
a regular program to welcome, follow up, educate, and guide new members
toward engaged activism and leadership.
an outreach coordinator responsible for scheduling, planning, and
ensuring a Green Party presence at major festivals and other public
the 2003 National Green Party Coordinating Committee Meeting.
a Campaign 2004 Workgroup by Aug. 1 to address ballot access, candidate
recruitment, and other electoral issues.
$3,000 for internal expenses, $2,500 for the 2003 campaign, and $5,000
for 2004 campaigns through one major fund-raising event, two mail
outs to the county database, and five house parties.
in four community-service actions, such as neighborhood clean-ups
or emergency relief, that engages us on a human level.