The New Brunswick Liberal Party is proud to unveil the details of the upcoming Virtual Biennial Convention on January 23, 2021. The event will be made possible by using Zoom Video Webinar technology and will be focused on the election of the Party’s new Executive.
Leader Roger Melanson is happy to announce that the Co-Chairs of the event are Stephanie Underhill Tomilson from Rothesay and Mark Black from Moncton.
“I am proud to be the Co-Chair of the New Brunswick Liberal Party’s first virtual Biennial. Covid-19 has changed how things are done, so the Liberal Party is embracing technology in its rebuilding process. Virtual meetings offer our political movement a tool to safely engage the membership throughout the province” says Stephanie Underhill Tomilson. “This is an exciting time for the Liberal Party!”
To facilitate the voting process, the election period begins on January 11 and closes on January 22 at 12 pm. The registered delegates from every riding will be able to vote for the listed candidates using the unique passcode and ballot emailed directly to their inbox, and the results will be announced the following day during the Biennial. There are currently 14 candidates running for five positions in the Party’s executive.
“With 13 candidates running for four contested positions within the Party’s executive, you can really feel a momentum building within the Party’s membership” says Co-Chair Mark Black. “I look forward to joining a group of passionate party members virtually united to elect a new Executive so we can begin planning the future of the New Brunswick Liberal Party!”