as representative

When using LivingPlatform.CA as representative already holding any elected office, you are assumed to be answerable to your constituents not to any particular party.

See representative portal? for preliminary specifications. During elections, representatives use LivingPlatform.CA itself as candidates do and don't have special priveleges over them if both are LP clients.

As a representative you can:
  • publish Living Letters to your constituents.
  • focus on your jurisdiction? and on the tasks of that office.

Any party affiliation is reflected as activists? do, but the "of" clause indicates the party that is presenting you:

Specific titles like Mayor of Toronto or Town Councillor? will be supported wherever possible.

Note that being representative "of" a place is not the same as being "for" a party, or "for" a place. Candidates are working for the best interests of that political unit, and, they are representatives of the people who elected them. That is central to the idea of representative democracy.

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