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Constitution of the Justice Party and Bylaws

Constitution of the Justice Party and Bylaws

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Published by: Kenneth Green on Dec 29, 2011
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TheConstitutionand Bylawsof TheJusticeParty of Colorado
January 3
Inside contains the Bylaws and Constitution of the Justice PartyOf Colorado. This is the First Draft written in December 2011.
Constitution of theJustice Party of Colorado
 January 3, 2012
The official name of this state political party is “
The JusticeParty of Colorado
” (herein
JP - #CO>
or “State Party”). Theofficial name of each County Party shall be “
Justice Party of county name County, Colorado
” (herein “County Party”). The
affiliate national party shall be the national Justice Party (herein
National JP
 ARTICLE II. OBJECTThe JP-CO Mission is to promote liberty, happiness and humanrights for all citizens of the United States. We are patriots whobelieve in the ideals of our country.We are dedicated tobringing integrity to the intentions of founding documents of ournation including the Declaration of Independence, The U.S.Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. We believe that justicebased values are what enable a free and just society to regain itsstrength. We believe that we should measure the
 progress by whether every citizen has a fair shot. We believethat we should measure a
worth by contribution tocountry and community, not by wealth or power.
 ARTICLE III. MEMBERSHIPMembership in the JP-CO shall consist of general members,active members, and members in good standing. Generalmembership shall be open to all residents of the State of Colorado. Active members shall be those who participate atState or County Party meetings. Members in good standing shallbe active members who support the ideals and goals of the StateParty.ARTICLE IV. CAUCUS ORGANIZATIONSActive members residing in a Congressional District, StateSenate District, State House of Representatives District, orPrecinct District, may form a Congressional, Senate, Legislativeor Precinct District Caucus, respectively, for the purpose of electing caucus officers, nominating candidates whereapplicable, and performing other functions authorized by theState Party.ARTICLE V. COUNTY ORGANIZATIONSEach county with active members in the State of Colorado shallhave a County Party within the State Party. The countystructural organization shall consist of county ExecutiveOfficers, a county Executive Committee, special committees asneeded, and the County Convention. The County Party mayoptionally establish a county Constitution and Bylaws, providingthat they are in harmony with and subservient to this State PartyConstitution and the State Party Bylaws.ARTICLE VI. STATE ORGANIZATION

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