Federal Board (Liberal Democrats)

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Federal Board
Chair
Baroness Brinton
Parent organization
Liberal Democrats
WebsiteFederal Board

The Federal Board is the governing body of the Liberal Democrats. It is chaired by the party president, currently Sal Brinton, and includes members of the party-at-large elected every three years in an all-member ballot, as well as representatives from the state parties, MPs, peers, MEPs, and councillors.[1] Until 2017 it was known as the Federal Executive.

Current membership[edit]

Councillor representatives

State Party representatives

  • English Party: Simon McGarth
  • Scottish Party: Vacant
  • Welsh Party: Vacant

SAO Representative

Directly Elected:

  • Elaine Bagshaw
  • Dinesh Dhamija
  • Neil Fawcett
  • Helen Flynn
  • James Gurling
  • Nassar Kessell
  • Caron Lindsay
  • Gordon Lishman
  • Victoria Marsom
  • Joyce Onstad
  • Mark Pack
  • Pauline Pearce
  • Candy Piercy
  • Alice Thomas
  • Gerald Vernon-Jackson

Non-voting Members


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Liberal Democrat Federal Constitution".