Last chance to stand for important internal elections – deadline 5pm tomorrow, 18th January

Do you have a head for figures and financial management, an interest in international relations, diversity, SAOs or campaigns?

I wrote last week that there were some important internal elections next week. The electorate is very small, the newly elected Federal Executive of which I am a member. However, you don’t have to be a member of that body to stand. Many of the positions up for grabs are open to any member of the Liberal Democrats.

The posts to be elected are listed in full on the members’ only website.They include posts such as five members of the Federal Finance and Administration Committee and its Chair, the Chair of the Campaigns and Communications Committee, the Chair and two Vice Chairs of the Campaign for Gender Balance and four members of the SAO review group.

Those interested in the rest of the world will find a number of European and international committee and delegation positions that they could stand for.

Anyone interested should submit a nomination form, signed by two voting members of the incoming or outgoing Federal Executive and send it to the email address on the website by 5pm tomorrow with supporting artwork.  It’s acceptable for the nominator to email their nomination from their usual email address to the RO.  Scanned nominations are acceptable, as long as the originals are received by the RO on the night of meeting where the elections will take place, 28th January.

So, if you want to take a role at a national level of the Party, now is your chance to have a go.

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

Read more by or more about , or .
This entry was posted in News.
Bookmark the web address for this page or use the short url http://ldv.org.uk/32689 for Twitter and emails.
Advert

4 Comments

Post a Comment

Lib Dem Voice welcomes comments from everyone but we ask you to be polite, to be on topic and to be who you say you are. You can read our comments policy in full here. Please respect it and all readers of the site.

If you are a member of the party, you can have the Lib Dem Logo appear next to your comments to show this. You must be registered for our forum and can then login on this public site with the same username and password.

Your email is never published. Required fields are marked *

*
*
Please complete the name of this site, Liberal Democrat ...?

Advert



Recent Comments

  • User AvatarMatthew Huntbach 1st Apr - 2:07pm
    Michael BG There are some people on here who do not take the two positions you keep saying everyone does. This is why some people...
  • User Avatarjames 1st Apr - 2:05pm
    Money directly down the sink. I wonder who these large donors are, what they do and what they hope to gain...
  • User AvatarTabman 1st Apr - 2:05pm
    Glenn. Indeed at the last election we had 67% of the votes cast for the conservatives yet only 18% of their seat tally. I would...
  • User AvatarAlex Sabine 1st Apr - 2:02pm
    "...and other species of lazy cliches...", even
  • User AvatarAlex Sabine 1st Apr - 1:58pm
    @ Philip I agree that the Lib Dems should only consider coalition if the combined number of seats is of the order of 325. But...
  • User AvatarMatthew Huntbach 1st Apr - 1:55pm
    expats Sadly,not only were there no red lines but our leadership seemed to be as enthusiastic about implementing policies, that had “TORY” written in large...
Sun 5th Apr 2015
Sat 11th Apr 2015
Sun 12th Apr 2015
Sat 25th Apr 2015