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We are looking for new members to join our executive committee during this exciting time! We are looking for new ideas on how to broaden support and we would like to explore new ways of engaging with community members, while we are getting ourselves election-ready. We meet monthly and share responsibilities. If you choose to run for an RA Executive position, you can promote your run by completing this form.
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RA Executive nominees
RA Members who have chosen to promote their nomination will appear below within a few business days of submitting their promotion form. Submitting this form is optional, and not a requirement to stand for nomination. Phone and email information available to members who are logged in.
|I am running for this position because...
|For the past two years I have served as secretary for this RA, and I find participation on the RA executive to be very rewarding. I also serve on the (federal) Saanich- Gulf Islands Green Party EDA and act as a liaison between the two groups as needed. I offer enthusiasm for and dedication to Green Party principles and am hard working. I have experience on both federal and provincial election campaigns for Green candidates (Adam and Elizabeth) and support them wholeheartedly
|I wish to continue my work of flying the Green banner on the Outer Gulf Islands, notably Galiano. I have spent the past decade doing a Green booth at our annual fair, and posting Green notices on our notice boards. I have campaigned for Adam Olsen and Elizabeth May in every election.
|W M Tex McLeod
|Its an important job and one I'm ready and willing to embrace following on my past 7 months of being acting chair. The job is to build community and ensure Adam's re-election - join us to help make that happen.
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