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Phase 1: Signatures
From January 1 to February 4, we collect two thousand signatures for the Election Authority.
Phase 2: Register
February 5 to 28, we quarrel with the Election Authority to get them to accept our registration.
Phase 3: Candidates
March 1 to April 15, we find our parliamentary candidates for the respective election circuits here in a forum on piratpartiet.se.
Phase 4: Ballots
April 15 to 24, we ready our ballots and order them. They're delivered 45 days before the election, that is, August 9. (Translator's note: in Sweden, challenger parties must supply the polling stations with their ballots.)
Phase 5: Campaign organisation
During May, June, July, and Augusti, we build an activist organization in all cities with more than 50,000 people.
Phase 6: The Election
September 9 to 17 is the final stretch. The goal is that we, unlike other challenger parties, will have people at every polling station where we're active. They're handing out the Pirate Party ballots, which have been printed and distributed. We need physical presence when the time comes.
Cookies and other legal drivel
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Other legal drivel
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People who post in the forums are responsible for their respective posts (according to the law of electronic bulletin boards). All posts to the forums become public domain.
Oh right, the forum itself is an external component, so it might be protected by copyright. But we're working on that.