Thank you for allowing us to use your name in the Parliament. Your name will be edited into the international, national, state or county level of the Parliament's web site as elected or self-appointed.
Your name will be elected or appointed to the highest position available. Please allow 24 to 48 hours for the editing to be completed and contact us if your name doesn't appear there as you expected. When there are ever any further requests, additions, corrections, etc., etc. please don't hesitate to contact us.
If your name wasn't elected or nominated and you do want your name nominated or elected now, then please click the "Register" tab in the navigation bar, follow the directions there and write in your name (or some one else's name to represent you) and click "send".
Use the same method on the "Register" tab for removing your name (to "stand down") by writing in your request; to be removed, switch party/category, or to make any other changes.
MIP=member of international parliament (Earth)
MP=member of parliament (USA National Level)
MSP=member of super-state parliament (State or Multiple States Level)
MMP=member of mini-state parliament (County or Multiple Counties Level)
MCMP=member of county micro-state parliament (Single County Level)
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The Unity Coalition is fueled by votes cast and kept as proof. The marked ballots (and eballots) use a ranking system where voting by ranking is required. To do that you'd need to type in numbers (i.e. #1, #2, #3, #4, etc., etc.), the more the better, and that's the first step of the algebra. That's known as ranked choice voting (RCV). (E)Ballots MUST always be marked with consecutively ranked numbers beginning with the number one or the (e)ballot is deemed less democratically legit when incorrectly marked.
There are many voting systems that use RCV, and the one that this web site uses is the Sainte-Lague parliament seat distribution system, Hagenbach-Bischoff method, in multi-winner districts only. By using only multi-winner districts of two or more we nurture team psychology.
It's around the single parliamentary (e)ballots on which we build. We are configuring these Parliaments as a "citizens' committee" web site, where the elected names are listed along with their terms, responsibilities, parties, etc., where people can readily see and understand the rules for how the organization works and how to weigh in and make their voices heard.
We acknowledge the fact that a lot of work needs to be done. That's why we welcome and appreciate your name and your talents. We apologize in advance if we're not able to utilize your valuable resources and contributions better. Don't let us slow you down. Let's get to work as a team ASAP. Demand the ball now and run with it. Our secretaries are waiting to hear from you and we're eager to act and improve. Eager, ready and able to spread the word about your ideas for unity. Let's make it so today!