General Assembly

The General Assembly is the primary decision-making body of the Green Party of California (GPCA) and consists of delegates from each active county organization recognized by the GPCA. The General Assembly generally meets twice a year, once in Northern California and once in Southern California. The role of the General Assembly is described in Article 4-1 of the GPCA Bylaws.

The Delegate distribution among counties is calculated annually based on the number of Greens registered in each county, applicable to the delegates with terms ending June 30, 2024 (2023-2024)

SAVE THE DATE - Fall General Assembly on Saturday, October 21, 2023.
All Greens are invited to join us at the next General Assembly of the Green Party of California, held on Saturday, October 21, 2023.
The Draft Agenda has been posted and registration for the General Assembly will open in early October.


A record of past General Assemblies can be found here.

Please contact the State Meeting Planning Committee if your county is interested in hosting a future General Assembly.

Attendance at GPCA General Assemblies
The GPCA policy for GA attendance, approved by the GPCA Coordinating Committee, September 9, 2013: "GPCA General Assemblies shall be open to attendance with first preference to County Delegates, Party Officers and members of the Coordinating Committee and co-coordinators of party Standing Committees and Working Groups; with a second preference to other GPCA members, space-permitting, who will also pay the registration fee. The only non-party individuals who may attend shall be those invited by the Coordinating Committee, either at its own initiative or at the recommendation of other party committees, working groups or county party organizations, for purposes pertinent to the business of the GPCA."