July 2010 Conservative Party National Convention (Secundomia)
The July 2010 Conservative Party National Convention was first national convention of the Secundomian Conservative Party. The convention began on July 12, 2010. It ended at midnight Secundomian Standard Time on July 14.
- 1 Sequence of Events
- 2 Elections
- 3 Resolutions
Sequence of Events
The convention opened at 4:00 Secundomian Standard Time on July 12. Chairman Parker I opened the convention with an iteration of schedule. In addition, he quickly opened up voting on several resolutions proposed by party members. Nominations for the July 2010 Conservative Party Elections also began.
Parker I nominated himself for all three positions, Chairman, Presidential Candidate, and Representative to the ICA. Luke of Secundomia soon announced his bid for presidential nomination on July 13, 2010. This split the main Parker-Luke voting base, which was essential to the earlier elections of these two candidates. Spencer I soon nominated himself for president. As the Spencer voting base was now larger than both the Parker and Luke voting bases. Parker I gave up on his campaign.
The Convention ended, with Luke of Secundomia winning nomination.
The July 2010 Conservative Party Elections took place during the convention.
Positions up for Election
There were three positions up for election in these elections. They are:
- Presidential Candidate: The candidate for the upcoming National Elections whom the Conservative Party will sponsor. There is never an incumbent.
- Party Chairman: The leader of the party who will take care of all party affairs. The incumbent is Parker I
- Party Representative to the ICA: The representative to the Intermicronational Conservative Alliance. The incumbent is Parker I
Each party member was free to nominate any party member for each position. They were allowed to nominate themselves.
Nominees for Presidential Candidate
Nominees for Party Chairman
Nominees for Representative
Various resolutions were proposed at this convention. Every single one passed, except for Resolution 3.
Should the Secundomian Conservative party keep membership in the Intermicronational Conservative Alliance?
Should the Secundomian Conservative party adopt Objectivism?
Should the Secundomian Conservative Party adopt Individualism?
Should the Secundomian Conservative Party adopt the Slinky Freedom Party as a Slinky branch of the SCP?