What is a Regional Rep?
Regional Reps are elected to hold governance roles with the Party. They connect Riding Associations in each region of BC to the Provincial Council. Regional Reps are not political organizers, but they ensure that our political organizers can be successful. They provide the Party with critical information to bolster capacity in Riding Associations, making sure that our lines of communication are open, efficient, and productive.
How does it work?
Regional Reps sit on Provincial Council to serve as links between their regions and Provincial Council. They receive support from the Director of Community Engagement, who assists them in sending out information to the regions. Each Regional Rep's contact information will be available on the website so that people can reach out to her or him for information or to raise a concern.
Electing a Regional Rep
Each regional rep will be elected by members in the region in which they are running. A minimum of 25 votes is required.