The Green National Committee is the central governing body of the Green Party of the United States. The GNC is composed of delegates from each of the affiliated state party organizations and from recognized caucuses. The GNC oversees all national party functions and elects a Steering Committee to oversee day-to-day operations.

Steering CommitteeEdit

The Steering Committee is composed of seven Co-chairs together with the Secretary and Treasurer. The Co-chairs of the Green Party of the United States are currently (2008 July): Jill Bussiere, Budd Dickinson, Sanda Everette, Phil Huckelberry, Jason Nabewaniec, Cliff Thornton, and Craig Thorsen. They are elected from the delegates, who serve on the Green National Committee. The Secretary is Holly Hart. The Treasurer is Jody Grage.

Standing committeesEdit

The GNC has several standing committees:[1]

  • Accreditation
  • Annual National Meeting
  • Ballot Access
  • Bylaws, Rules, Policies & Procedures
  • Communications
  • Coordinated Campaign
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Diversity
  • EcoAction
  • Finance
  • Fundraising
  • Green Pages (newspaper editorial board)
  • International
  • Media
  • Merchandising
  • Outreach
  • Peace Action
  • Platform
  • Presidential Campaign Support
  • Steering


Three identity caucuses have achieved representation on the GNC:

Three other caucuses are working toward formal recognition by the GNC:

The Blue Greens (workers' caucus) and the Native American caucus also exist, but have not established organizing committees as of yet.Template:Fact

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