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Proposal ID1072
ProposalApproval of Tim Runkle to Fincom
PresenterSteering Committee
Floor ManagerTamar Yager
Discussion01/31/2022 - 02/13/2022
Voting02/14/2022 - 02/20/2022
Presens Quorum32 0.6666
Consens Quorum32 A Majority of Yes and No Votes


Timothy Runkle [he/him/his] is a graduate of Millersville University and holds of a Bachelor’s degree in Geology. He currently works in the environmental consulting industry as a Senior Project Manager resolving client risks and liabilities while ensuring the protection of human health and the environment. His field of expertise involves complex environmental problems that require a firm handle of regulatory, business, and stakeholder knowledge. Tim is a Certified Scrum Master and received the Ecodistricts Accredited Professional certification in 2020.

Tim has been involved with his local Green Party since 2005 where his first elected position was Treasurer of the Green Party of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Within the Green Party of Pennsylvania (GPPA), Tim led the party’s Finance Team and was GPPA Treasurer between 2017 and 2021. Tim has served as Treasurer for campaigns including Paul Glover (Pennsylvania Governor 2018) and Joe Cox (Philadelphia City Council 2019).

He is an active ballot access advocate and has worked within the petitioning programs for the Jill Stein 2016 campaign, Jules Murmelstein’s Superior Court Judge race in 2017, and the GPPA’s 2018 and 2020 statewide slate of candidates. Tim ran for public office within his local Borough Council. He won his 2017 campaign for Judge of Elections and his 2019 election for municipal Tax Collector. During 2020, Tim led the GPPAs legal team in defense of the party’s ballot qualified candidates. His 2020 race for Pennsylvania State Treasurer helped maintain the party’s minor party status.


Tim Runkle is hereby approved as a member of the finance committee.




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