College Republicans Thank CAGOP for Unanimous Resolution to Support Permanent Charter
On Friday, March 10th, the CAGOP Volunteer Organizations Committee passed a unanimous resolution to form a working team with the California College Republicans (CCR) and California Federation of College Republicans (CFCR) in order to finalize unification of the two groups and support them receiving a permanent charter as soon as possible as a single organization.
Unfortunately, this means that the bylaw proposal, Amendment #6, submitted by the College Republicans to this CAGOP convention in Sacramento is unlikely to pass tomorrow.
Both CCR and CFCR shall maintain their "temporary" charters with the CAGOP, which must be renewed every two years. A "permanent" charter will help the College Republicans by decreasing the amount of biennial paperwork required.
The College Republicans are thankful for the support of the Volunteer Organizations Committee in receiving a permanent charter following unification, and we look forward to working with them to ensure full unity happens and that the College Republicans finally get their permanent charter back at Fall CAGOP convention in Anaheim.
Additionally, the College Republicans are thankful for the continued support of Chairwoman Patterson, Vice Chairman Kuo, National Committeeman Shawn Steel, Volunteer Organizations Chairwoman Lindsey Stetson, Rules Committee Chairman Bill Essayli, and the rest of the CAGOP team in our organization's' efforts to work together, and we look forward to all we will accomplish in the 2024 election cycle.
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