About Dan Dromarsky


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Daniel Dromarsky

Dear friends,

Having been born and raised in Edmonton I have had the privilege of being a resident of Edmonton my entire life. Married with 3 children and my wonderful wife Jennifer expecting our 4th child in December I know what it is like to raise a young family in a busy growing city. Being a life long Edmontonian I have grown and matured over the years alongside my favorite city. Having been in sales/business for the past 10+ years, I know this has given me the experience necessary to work with council to make Edmonton an even better place to live and visit.

 

The Connection

 

 Being a very capable and competent candidate I have decided to handle my campaign for Mayor in a unique way. My intention is not to run a campaign filled with propaganda but to connect with the individual in an authentic manner. I want to use the power of social media to inform the citizens of Edmonton and work on connecting with people through technology and social media, not only during this campaign, but continued through my term if I were to be elected. I feel it is important that the citizens have access to the mayor on a personal level, not just through a public forum. I believe this can be achieved through social media. I want to campaign not with a million dollar budget, but with hard work, transparency, creativity and social media.

 

 

When talking with people from our great city I have become greatly concerned with our lack of voter turnout and frustration expressed that there was no box to select “none of the above” for Mayoral candidates. What does this say?  People want to have someone that makes them want to vote. Someone who makes them want to express their democratic right. I believe I am that person. I will feel I have been successful with my campaign if nothing else, more Edmontonians are showing up at the polling booths.

 

With only 27% of eligible voters actually voting last election I want to have at least an additional 75,000 more voters cast a ballot in the upcoming election. Why 75,000? This will increase the ballots cast from election by about 1/3. Last election the Mayoral race was won with 98,751 votes, if I can encourage more voter turnout I can increase a more competitive democratic election. By creating a Facebook page stating that if I receive 75,000 followers I will run for mayor, I want to create a following that will draw more people to the polls and make citizens aware during this current election by utilizing social media such as Facebook and Twitter.



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Regards,

Daniel Dromarsky 
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WE NEED 75,000 NEW VOTERS TO THIS ELECTION!

 

Last Election just over 150,000 people voted and that was only 27% voter turnout. Our current mayor won with 95,000 of those votes. If we want to see change we need to hear from more people on Oct 18th!


Do you want a change? Do you want your voice to be heard? What does our wonderful City need?

I believe it need a new voice for the people. A fresh face with new ideas.

 

MAKE 2010 THE YEAR A YEAR OF CHANGE!

 

PARTNER WITH ME TODAY.

 

  • I want to keep our communities clean and safe for everyone of all ages.
  • Be a spokesperson for all of Edmonton. To promote our City with a clear vision for many years to come.
  • Always listening to what Edmontonians want during full term as Mayor


To read my platform "like" my Facebook page and read notes.

Or click on Platform tab above.

 

 

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Thu

10

Mar

2011

Thanks!

I would like to thank everyone who supported me during the election.

It was a wonderful experience and I am thankful.

May this be but a stepping stone to a wonderful future serving the people of Edmonton.

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Mon

18

Oct

2010

Today is the day to VOTE!

Well Edmonton today is the day that you get to hire or fire. It is a day that you get to have your voice heard. Vote!

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