The "GPCA SGA Voting System" is a PERL-based ranked choice voiting (RCV) system used by the GPCA since 2012(?) SGA stands for "Standing General Assembly." The SGA Voting System currently allows delegates who participated in the bi-annual state-wide General Assembly face-to-face meetings to vote on "many things" online between the bi-annual meetings.
Theoretically, and not yet realized in the current SGA Voting System, members of all the committees and working groups in the GPCA could vote online using RCV on propositions and bylaws and other "things" of interest. Indeed a much expanded (a.k.a. scaled-up) Voting System could allow all members of the GPCA activists working in the GPCA committees and working groups as well as non-active members do vote online.
This writer's (JGW's) first choice is to have referenda votes on the 'passed' or 'failed' items of the SGA Voting System. The purpose of such membership votes would be to confirm or refute the degree of real consensus on those items by the GPCA membership-at-large, en-toto. If "the membership" agreed, their representatives at GA meetings and who vote in the SGA Voting System are "good" representatives. If "the membership" does not agree, their representative are "not so good" and may need to be replaced.