Treasurer, Quebec Chapter | DPCA Voting Representative

  • Brent Jamsa, Delegate for Bernie Sanders

    I am currently serving his first term as Treasurer of the Montreal chapter and was elected in 2019. Elected at age 19, I am currently one of the youngest Democrats Abroad to ever serve on a city chapter executive. I am studying a Joint Honours BA in Political Science and History with a minor in Canadian Studies at McGill University, where I am also a member of their university DA chapter. I am very passionate about grassroots organizations and during my time at McGill has helped organized countless phonebanks to help elect Democrats all across America. Under my direction, DA McGill has made over 10,000 calls in the past 2 years. I would be honoured to serve as a delegate to a candidate with a similar passion for progressive grassroots advocacy, Senator Bernie Sanders. I humbly ask for your support and promise to represent DA well if selected!

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Brent is currently serving as the Treasurer of the Montreal chapter and is pursuing a Joint Honours BA in Political Science and History with a minor in Canadian Studies at McGill University.