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Everything you need to know about the 2024 GPUT Convention Participation, Party Nominations and Presidential Preference Nomination

Anyone,regardless of political party affiliation, can attend the GPUT Spring Meeting and Nominating Convention! To attend the convention, you can just show up, however we would like to have an idea of how many people will be attending through the event registration form

The voting process will take place after the Meeting for registered Utah Green voters. (NOTE: You must be registered to vote by April 15 or sooner to allow for enough time for you to provide proof of registration. Please contact your county elections office to see how long it takes for your voter registration to show up in the system. Only proof of verified registration will be accepted, not the form to register.)

Green Party of Utah 2024 Convention Schedule-April 27, 2024













Follow these 7 steps:

1. Anytime between now and April 26, so that we have an idea of how many people will attend the convention, please complete the event registration form.

2. Anytime between now and April 27, 2024 complete the 2024 GPUT Elections Voting Registration (which includes instructions on how to register to vote in Utah, if needed)

3. Anytime between now and April 27, use the nomination form to nominate yourself or other registered Greens for:

- GPUT Officers and other positions

- GPUT Electors

- GPUT Delegates to the Virtual Green Party of the United States Presidential Nominating Convention

4. Starting now, become familiar with the Green Party Presidential Candidates.(See the section on President of the United States below.)

5. Attend the April 27 convention, in person or virtually.

6. After the Convention all state registered Green Voters that have registered to vote in this election will be sent instructions to vote for the following:

- Green Party Presidential Candidate Preference Nomination

- GPUT positions listed above in step #3.

7. After the voting is over, celebrate, volunteer to work on the events leading up to the 2024 November elections,  and continue to be involved in the GPUT!

2:00—Welcome and Introductions

2:20 - Introduction to presidential Candidates

2:30-Jill Stein

3:10-Jorge Zavala

3:45-Jasmine Sherman

4:20- Proposal for apportionment of Delegates (to be decided at convention, per bylaws)

👉 VOTE on apportionment proposal (registered Greens - honor code)

4:30-Description of open positions and voting process

4:40-Nominations from the floor for positions

4:50-4:55 Closing Remarks

President of the United States

Candidates seeking the nomination of the Green Party of the United States

The Green Party of Utah (GPUT) bylaws and affiliation agreement with the Green Party of the United States (GPUS) restrict recognition of POTUS Candidates to members of the Green Party in their state, are seeking nomination of the GPUS , and have met the benchmarks for recognition as a GPUS POTUS Candidate, as defined by GPUS Rules & Procedures, Article 10  as well as the requirements per the  GPUT bylaws.

Each candidate meeting these requirements was invited by email to complete the required questionnaire for the Green Party of Utah.

Information about the candidates as well as the results of the questionnaire are posted through the Meet the Candidates - Green Party of Utah POTUS portal.

After you have met the candidates through this portal, you are invited to ask your questions at the Ask the Candidates a Question page.

Interested in running for office in Utah?

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The Green Party of Utah regained ballot access after the deadline for candidate filing.

There are many opportunities to seek public office and  ample time to start planning NOW for 2025 and 2026.

Contact us at if you are interested in running for office.

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