Mendes has got momentum! With this great profile in iPolitics: http://www.ipolitics.ca/2012/01/10/alexandra-mendes-my-priorities-if-i-am-elected-president-of-the-lpc/ talking about putting members first, and her solid plan to engage and empower Young Liberals: http://www.alexamendes.ca/en/blog/5-young-liberals-les-jeunes-liberaux Alexandra Mendes would like to invite you to her conference call tonight to have your say and hear how she wants to put members first! Grab your call . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Join the Alexandra Mendes call tonight and learn more about her plan to put members first!
Alexandra Mendes has a proven track record of Young Liberal engagement, including having her successful 2008 election campaign being managed by a Young Liberal! She knows the strength and abilities Young Liberals can show if given responsibility and empowerment. Read here about Mendes’ plan for youth! http://www.alexamendes.ca/en/blog/5-young-liberals-les-jeunes-liberaux
. . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Empowering and engaging Young Liberals – Alexandra Mendes’ plan for youth
For somewhat inexplicable reasons, the race for Liberal Party president has been generating more ink in recent weeks than the race for leader of the opposition. And if you’re going to this weekend’s convention in Ottawa, you’re probably getting 5 or 6 calls a day from candidates asking for your support.
Given the importance of . . . → Read More: CalgaryGrit: The Presidential Election
Some great stuff coming out of Alexandra’s campaign in the run up to the Convention. Here is her new piece on party renewal, and building a democratic framework http://www.alexamendes.ca/en/blog/4-renewal-le-renouveau Fellow Liberals,
. . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Alexandra Mendes on renewal!
Here’s a collection of the questions and answers given to Alexandra Mendes last night on her Facebook chat. I’ve edited a couple for length and clarity slightly, and in a couple cases either combined or omitted a part of a question which asked the same general points repeatedly. I’ve also, in the interest of privacy, . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Alexandra Mendes on the record
Come join over 100 of your fellow Liberals in a Facebook chat with Alexandra Mendes, candidate for Liberal Party President!
All you have to do is like Alexandra’s Facebook page, then start asking questions at around 8 pm on her wall!
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Alexandra-Mend%C3%A8s/44955761430 . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Join Alexandra Mendes on Facebook tonight!
To me, an important part of the job of President of the Party is to know what the job is and isn’t. It’s an organizational role, one that requires communications and the ability to build bridges to get the job done. What it is not is a spokesperson position. The President must never become a . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: What does it take to be president? Alexandra Mendes knows
In this time of Liberal rebuilding, the Party President must work for,and be accountable to the membership. It is not enough to simply chairmeetings or to be a talking head on TV, a President must have thepassion and experience for organizational management required to takeon the heavy tasks of rebuilding our party.
Alexandra Mendes has . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Experience to get the job done – Alexandra Mendes’ proven track record
Check out what great Liberals from across Canada are saying about Alexandra Mendes! http://www.alexamendes.ca/en/blog/2-endorsements-appuis
. . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Fantastic cross Canada support for Alexandra Mendes!
http://convention.liberal.ca/elections/notice-of-intent-form/ Want to help rebuild the party? Today is the last day to sign an intent to stand as a delegate form! Just click the above link, and fill out the simple form! Together we can make history! And if you’re undecided about who to support for exec board positions like President, take a look . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Last day to sign an intent to stand as a delegate form for Biennial!
http://www.alexamendes.ca/fr/blogue/1-the-will-to-change-united-vouloir-changer-dans-lunite A great post from Alexandra Mendes about the need for a united party and how to move forward together. In our rebuilding process, one of the most important things we need to do is stand together as Liberals. Alexandra talks about running a positive campaign based on her experience in bring people together both . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Alexandra Mendes talks about winning together
The Liberal Party faces a difficult, but not impossible task in rebuilding and reconnecting with Canadians. Electing a new President and exec board is and important step in this process. We as a party have a few options in deciding how we want to move forward. We could try putting out big names from our . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Why I am supporting Alexandra Mendès for Liberal Party president
Elections for Liberal Party President have tended to be mundane affairs in recent years. In 2008, Alf Apps was the only candidate – either because the powers-that-be made it known he would win, or because everyone else was too lazy to run. In 2006, the presidency was overshadowed by the excitement of the leadership race. . . . → Read More: CalgaryGrit: Preliminary Thoughts on the LPC Presidential Race
Back in 2009 I got an e-mail that made me very happy then very sad. The e-mail, from Michael Ignatieff, told me that I could get a Liberal branded scarf. Unfortunately, to get the scarf I would have to donate $100. Now, I can’t afford a $100 donation so to this day I don’t . . . → Read More: The Equivocator: Liberal Merchandise: Branding the Brand
On November 22nd and 23rd I listened to/attended two debates of the four candidates currently running to be President of the Liberal Party of Canada. The first was a phone debate run by the excellent facebook group Liberals Rebuilding the Liberal Party (moderated by Gerard Kennedy) the second was held by the Ajax-Pickering Liberals riding . . . → Read More: The Equivocator: Liberal Party of Canada Presidential Candidates’ Debate Report Card – Nov. 22/23