Ten House Seats


Organizational Structure / Name

Use this post to chime in on the organizational structure and name.


At November 7, 2004 at 5:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the name should be bland and under the radar- something like the Peach Group or something like that. we don't need to give the Nazis any ammo for their pamphlets.

At November 8, 2004 at 9:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would like to vote for ten house seats since I already bought the domain.

What about something tight and ultra-focused like "10 Seats in 2006" - it gives us something of a self-imposed deadline.


At November 9, 2004 at 5:46 PM, Blogger Scrivener said...

I was originally not so happy with "Ten House Seats" but it has grown on me--it's not specific to an ideology and connotes pragmatism. I still don't think it's super catchy, but that's probably not so important. Plus, there is the fact that the domain name is ours already--thanks Raj. And Mark Wood already has a logo possibilty: the ten of clubs. I guess this thread is here mainly because of my complaint, but I'm willing to retract that one. Sorry if that was a misdirection...

At November 10, 2004 at 1:37 PM, Blogger Andrea Knight said...

Well, actually, in addition to the name I'm concerned with structure.
Do we want 4 officers forming an executive committee, or do we want a board of 6-12? If a board, how large & who wants to be an officer?
We could form two organizations, one a traditional nonprofit & one a political action committee. I would say we just form the one because it makes life simpler and much of want we want to do is political in nature.
All of this is largely unimportant, but since I will have to draft the corporate documents soon, I'd like a little input other than my own!
Also, doesn't some nice person want to be treasurer?

At November 18, 2004 at 8:25 AM, Blogger Joe said...

With all the activity going on surrounding the possibility of building more mass transit in the metro Atlanta area, I thought it might be a good idea to create a PAC in support of this. Then, I realized that the best name for it, GoPAC, is kind of already taken. :D


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