Thursday, January 2, 2014

DAPC First Elections: January 31, 2014

Democratic Advancement Party of Canada's website; launched on January 2, 2014
We are pleased to announce that the FDA's new associate organization, the Democratic Advancement Party of Canada (DAPC), website has been launched. This is a second major step of the DAPC; the first being the completion of the DAPC founding document in December, 2013. Mistake not, the DAPC is the Canadian political arm of the FDA. The FDA provides ideas and policies to the DAPC; and the DAPC is working towards implementing federally these ideas and policies.

Please take a look at the DAPC website to learn more about this new, yet-to-be registered, Canadian federal political party:  DAPC website

There is no obligation for any FDA persons to become involved in the DAPC; and yet, FDA persons are invited to become involved in the DAPC as well. If you are interested in more democracy activism and implementing the FDA's ideas and policies, then the DAPC may be a good fit. The DAPC is an opportunity to walk the talk and gain valuable experience at the same time.

On January 31, 2014, the DAPC is holding its first leadership elections. An interim leader and three interim party officers (administration, marketing, and finance officers) will be elected. In order to participate in these elections, you need to be a member of the DAPC and be at least a resident of Canada. The first 250 members of the DAPC must not be members of any other Canadian federal political party. This restriction on membership is currently in effect.

In order to participate in the January 31, 2014 DAPC Elections, you need to become a member by January 27, 2014. If you want to run in the first DAPC Elections, you need to be a member by January 15, 2014 and submit your nomination by January 17, 2014.

How to become a DAPC Member

DAPC Membership

DAPC Membership Forms
Key DAPC Election Dates

Key Dates for January 2014

If you have any questions, please contact the DAPC directly:

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