Gauging interest in/capacity to form a Political Party

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Gauging interest in/capacity to form a Political Party

Postby In_Nomine_Veritas » Wed Aug 17, 2011 7:52 pm

I'm not declaring intent to form a political party so much as seeing if it would be plausible at this point. First of all, we should probably try to figure out how many of us are Canadians, as well as geographical distribution. For instance, if we find out that quite a few of us are concentrated in the same district in one Province, it might make sense to focus efforts on one riding for the time being.

For starters, I live in the Windsor West area (very southern point of ON). I have only cursory political exposure, but it's respectable for my age (I'm 20, and am double-majoring in history/poly sci, and worked in the last federal election. I see myself getting seriously involved in politics in the near future).

I look forward to hearing from the rest of you, just so we can get to know each other on a regional basis if not to start something serious.
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Re: Gauging interest in/capacity to form a Political Party

Postby Nathan Sanders » Wed Aug 17, 2011 8:05 pm

The organisation will support your efforts to form a United Citizens political party in Canada. Any web resources or other things you may need, please contact me.
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Re: Gauging interest in/capacity to form a Political Party

Postby InnominateHarlequin » Thu Aug 18, 2011 6:32 pm

For the record, I am also a Windsor resident and willing to pursue the formation of a political party, but you already know that. =P
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Re: Gauging interest in/capacity to form a Political Party

Postby Scavanna » Sat Aug 27, 2011 10:43 am

Lets have a wait and see.

I myself am looking towards a career in public administration/corporate fraud investigator. The socialist allegory (NDP) is pretty popular in my region as it is, but i tend to have view a bit more CCF-ish if you know what i mean. I'm kind of "Capitalism must be destroyed in all forms" kind of socialist so i would be interested in joining a party like that.

I live in the general mishmash known as the great plains region Im thinking live UCW to UCW networking could be a problem.
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Re: Gauging interest in/capacity to form a Political Party

Postby Chris Barnes » Sun Aug 28, 2011 3:56 pm

I don't have any connections politically, other than some local pull, but if there is ever a United Citizens party, they would have my vote and my assistance.
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Re: Gauging interest in/capacity to form a Political Party

Postby Nathan Sanders » Sun Aug 28, 2011 6:00 pm

If you guys are still interested in getting a party together, I'd say go ahead, it's such a big step forward to say we actually have a political party registered.
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Re: Gauging interest in/capacity to form a Political Party

Postby Scavanna » Mon Aug 29, 2011 9:48 am

I don't have the 5k to register a political party.
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Re: Gauging interest in/capacity to form a Political Party

Postby Nathan Sanders » Mon Aug 29, 2011 11:05 am

5k? Really? That's a lot. It's £150 over here.
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