About Elections DPS

Brief Overview

Elections DPS is an independent and politically impartial agency. We administer elections and referenda and are responsible for maintaining the democratic process of decision-making for matters concerning the Daily Publications Society. Elections DPS is here to ensure that elections are conducted legitimately, within the scope of the electoral by-laws, and that this process is open and transparent.

The elections teams consists of two individuals: the Chief Electoral Officer and the Deputy Chief Electoral Officer.

Faraz Alidina, Chief Electoral Officer

Faraz is an undergraduate Arts student studying Middle East Studies and Political Science. He has worked at Elections SSMU, currently serves as an Editor to the McGill International Review and is on the Executive Team of the WATW Conference on Economic Development. An avid traveller, Faraz has visited parts of the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa and worked in a Tanzanian law firm for a summer. E-mail him at elections@dailypublications.org or stop by during office hours (see below).

William Stephenson, Deputy Chief Electoral Officer

Before beginning McGill’s law program this fall, William Stephenson obtained his BA in Classics from the University of Ottawa in 2010 and completed a year of law school at the University of Virginia. He was a board member of The Fulcrum, the University of Ottawa’s English language newspaper. Last summer he drafted new bylaws and proposed corporate policy amendments for Causeway Work Centre in Ottawa

 

Contact Us

Feel free to e-mail us at elections@dailypublications.org or visit us during our office hours. For the month of January 2013, they are as follows:

  • January 10: 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Redpath Library RM-07G
  • January 17: 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Redpath Library RM-07G
  • January 24: 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Redpath Library RM-07G

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