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Green Party to decide on the site for the 2008 Green National Convention

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The contenders: Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis, Oakland

The Green Party of the United States is preparing to decide on the site for the party’s 2008 national nominating convention, at which Green delegates from nearly every state will choose a presidential nominee.

The four cities under consideration are Chicago, Illinois; Detroit, Michigan; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Oakland, California.

“The Green Party’s National Committee is discussing proposals from the four cities and is expected to vote on the site in late August,” said Ruth Weill, co-chair of the party’s Annual National Meeting Committee. “We’ve been very impressed with the presenters from the four sites, and we’re excited and looking forward to the National Committee’s decision.”

Ms. Weill noted that the National Committee will use ‘ranked choice voting’ (instant run-off voting) <http://www.fairvote.org> to choose the
site.

The proposals were introduced during the Green Party’s 2007 national meeting in Reading, Pennsylvania <http://www.gp.org/meeting2007>. Previous Green Party convention sites are Los Angeles, California (1996); Denver, Colorado (2000); and Milwaukee, Wisconsin (2004).

Proposals for the 2008 Green Party convention site:
• Chicago, Illinois http://www.greenconvention2008.com/
• Detroit, Michigan http://www.detroitgreens.org/anm08/
• Minneapolis, Minnesota http://www.gpus2008.mngreens.org
• Oakland/Berkeley, California http://rachel.cagreens.org/oakland/html/2008_convention.htm

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