WE the citizens have an obligation … and A RIGHT to be informed of what OUR representative ‘politicians’ are up to, and are first CONSULTING with the VOTER not toeing the party line
. . in a healthy democracy (where having elections is only the means not the end) voter participation means taking back ownership of the decisions being made
Issues will always be present . . . elections are about sending the right people to parliament
At this event, politics is not a bad word we encourage you to engage and talk and ask questions in order to get to know your candidates
You may be surprised that the party you normally vote for might not have a candidate you would want as an MP.
The right person will properly represent your issues .. because they will listen, respect the community concerns, and try to find ways to get things done
We need MP’s who will stand up for their community’s best interests
Join in the future for yourself and your family!
that is why our virtual town halls may not follow the generic or traditional format
definition of democracy is:
government by the people, rule of the majority … a government in which
the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly
or indirectly through a system of representation usually involving
periodically held free elections