Saturday, November 15, 2008

Fragasso - Right on November 7, Right Today

Among the highlights from the LPCQ's leadership convention recommendations:

Furthermore, we recommend lowering the registration fees and lowering the allocation for transportation. Therefore, by lowering registration fees and by restricting the allocation for transportation, we would be minimizing the possibility of reaching the contributions ceiling to a political party and allow a majority of delegates to participate to the democratic process of electing a leader.

Since I'm sure there were no ulterior motives in this initial suggestion, I hope that the LPCQ's board is still onside with these recommendations 100%, now that the convention is in Vancouver.

h/t tGPOitHotW


  • Um the LPCQ has always wanted free memberships, so they could sign up people to vote who live in mental institutions and old age homes and have someone else go vote for them. It's about corruption and rigging Party elections, not allowing the most people to participate. Dupless' people used to tell people to vote for him or they'd vote for them. Rigging elections is a long held tradition in Quebec. It's why they have opposed id requirements at every turn as well.

    Membership fees should be at least $20, nationally.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:40 a.m.  

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