Voting on Resolutions
All Members, including both Full Members and Associate Members, shall be entitled to speak to resolutions presented before the Annual Convention. All Members, including both Full Members and Associate Members, shall be entitled to one vote on resolutions.
Voting on Bylaw Amendments
Only Full Members may vote on bylaw amendments. The procedure for voting for both resolutions and bylaws changes will take place in the same manner and time as the elections for the Board of Directors.
2018 Veterans For Peace Convention Bylaw Change Protocols
Bylaw Changes: Deadline for submission is July 16, 2017.
The Bylaws Committee members are:
Chair: VFP Vice President Adrienne Kinne
1. Bylaws amendments must be submitted to the Bylaws Committee by the submission deadline, 30 days prior to the annual convention Saturday business meeting. Emailing is the preferred way of submitting amendments. If sending by email is not possible, they should be typewritten on 8.5 x 11inch paper and mailed to the Bylaws Committee. The deadline for submitting bylaws is July 16, 2019.
2019 amendments can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org sent by regular mail to Nate Goldschlag:
37 Ottawa Rd.
Arlington, MA 02476
2. Amendment proposals should include all submitters' names and contact information including phone number. Anonymous amendments will not be accepted.
2019 Veterans For Peace Convention Resolution Protocols
1. Resolutions must be submitted via email to the Chairperson of the Resolutions Committee by the resolution submission deadline, 30 days prior to the annual pre-Convention Board of Directors meeting. If this (sending by email) is not possible they should be typewritten on 8.5 x 11 inch paper and mailed to the Resolution Committee Chair. The deadline for submitting resolutions in 2019 is 11:59pm, Eastern Daylight Time, July 16, 2019.
For 2019 proposed resolutions can be emailed to the Resolutions Committee Chair, Bob Krzewinski, at email@example.com or mailed to 706 Dwight Street, Ypsilanti, MI 48198. Emailing resolutions is the preferred way of submitting resolutions. Resolutions submitted by mail must include a telephone number of the resolution maker.