The Credentials Committee shall be mandated to have the following rules and purposes: to report to the Executive Committee quarterly, and weekly upon the call to convention; to assist the Chair in the distribution of election materials, including but not limited to: Information to legally engage in elections, creation of chartering forms, examination of forms received for clerical or other errors, advising the Executive Committee on admissible and non-admissible members, compilation of final list of potential voters arranged by club by alphabetical order, arrangements for Registration, Registration process during and prior to the Annual Convention, to hold preliminary authority over contested delegates, to submit a full credentials report to the Executive Board for approval and to the General Assembly. The Credentials Committee shall create and maintain a new charter, which will include procedures and forms, every year. The Credentials Committee is chaired by Panagiotis Frousiakis.
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how to charter with ccr
Chartering your chapter with the California College Republican organization provides you and your club with many benefits. Chartering your chapter is the last step in becoming an official College Republican chapter. Chartered chapters are eligible to receive CCR chapter supply boxes, participate with other chartered chapters in CCR activities, and benefits from regional financing options. Members of chartered chapters are eligible to vote at CCR convention, apply to be on CCR committees, hold an office on the statewide board, and many other benefits.
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These materials can be submitted up until 2 weeks prior to the annual convention in order to be eligible for accredited delegation consideration. Please read the Credentials Code document above for office-holding eligibility, voting-related specifics, procedures, and corrective action.