MP Ben Lobb Recognizes International Women's Day & Huron- Bruce DOTV Delegate
OTTAWA, ON – Today in the House of Commons, Regan Preszcator of Clinton took MP Lobb’s seat in Parliament as the Huron-Bruce delegate for Daughters of the Vote (DOTV).
Daughters of the Vote is a non-partisan initiative launched by Equal Voice, an organization seeking to increase women’s participation in politics. The Daughters of the Vote conference brought together 338 delegates – one young woman for each federal riding - from across the country for a three day conference in celebration of 100 years of women’s suffrage in Canada and to mark International Women’s Day.
“I am honoured to be participating in this initiative to bring a rural perspective to these discussions and advocate for increased representation of women living in rural Canada”. – Regan Preszcator, Daughters of the Vote, Huron-Bruce
Regan is a graduate of St. Anne’s Secondary School and is currently in her fourth year at the University of Ottawa for English and Business. She is currently employed in the Office of Ben Lobb. For more information please see: http://www.daughtersofthevote.ca/rpreszcator