This page contains information about the Conservative Party.
This party is inactive.
|A center right party working for the citizens. Fiscally and socially conservative with a strong belief in small government. We believe in limited regulation. We support free trade and a non-interventionist foreign policy.|
Robinson Hawlings 4255-
Vice Chair: Amanda Dunn 4255-
Secretary: Joshua McNeil 4255-
Treasure: Robert McDonald 4255-4257
Grant McClure 4257-
Parliamentarian: Dennis Krug 4255-
Trustee: Rachel McMannis 4255-4257
Joan McGregg 4257-
Trustee: Georgia Klein 4255-4257
Daniel Barth 4257-
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Ecology||moderate skeptic||close to none||perfect|
|Foreign Relations||moderate internationalist||limited||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||moderate small government||high||perfect|
|Military||unknown||close to none||perfect|
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|Month||Votes||Total Votes||Votes (%)||Votes (%) (+)||Seats||Total Seats||Seats (%)||Seats (+)|
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You can view the party's proposed bills here.
This party has to vote on the following bills:
This is the voting[?] record of the Conservative Party.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Limiting Secondary Strikes Act||April 4365||May 4365||voting|
|Prove some official language||February 4365||February 4365||voting|
|Call for early elections, February 4365||February 4365||debate|
|Religious Freedom Act of 4365||January 4365||January 4365||voting|
|Local Choice On Prostitution||January 4365||January 4365||voting|
|Ratification of the Treaty of Gender Equality||December 4364||December 4364||voting|
|Bill on Person||December 4364||December 4364||voting|
|Head of Governemnt Name Bill||December 4364||December 4364||voting|
|Allowing Eminent Domain Act||December 4364||December 4364||voting|
|Respect The Flag Act||December 4364||December 4364||voting|
|Complete Ban On Incest Act||December 4364||December 4364||voting|
|Legalizing Gated Communities Act||October 4364||October 4364||voting|
|Local Choice On Child Benefits||October 4364||October 4364||voting|
|Change name bill||May 4364||May 4364||passed|
|Administative Bill 4364||May 4364||May 4364||passed|
|Abolishing the Monarchy FOR URGENT DEBATE||April 4364||December 4364||voting|
|Reforming and Subsidizing our Schools Act of 4364||April 4364||April 4364||passed|
|Cabinet Proposal of April 4364||April 4364||April 4364||passed|
|Eliminating Excess Environmental Regulations Act||April 4364||April 4364||defeated|
|Religious Schools Act of 4364||April 4364||April 4364||defeated|
|Random fact: The influence a bill has on elections decreases over time, until it eventually is no longer relevant. This can explain shifts in your party's position to the electorate and your visibility.|