Support Direct Democracy
Our party has come a long way from 2014 when we ran our first 8 candidates in 107 (7.5% of) ridings, who got 4,247 votes, .09% of the total province wide vote or about .9% average in the ridings we ran in. Through several by-elections in since our candidates percentage of the vote has doubled to just below 2%.
We nominated 42 candidates in 124 (34% of) ridings and registered constituency associations in all 124 ridings in the 2018 Ontario election getting 16,149 votes, 0.28%, of the total province wide vote, and our candidates average vote was higher than the Libertarian Party average.
Our growth from 8 to 42 candidates in our first four years makes us the fasted growing party in Ontario in a century, two elections sooner than the Green Party and three sooner than the Libertarian Party.
We have organized a Charter legal challenge with several of Ontario smaller registered political parties to more than a dozen of Ontario’s rigged elections laws. The Federal NOTA Party cannot issue non-refundable tax receipts for donations until our registration is approved when the NEXT election or by-election after October 21, 2019 is called. Until then Donations from non-Ontario residents will not qualify for a receipt. Ontario residents may make a donation to the Ontario NOTA Party and will receive a refundable tax credit receipt. Unless we are advised otherwise donations from Ontario residents will be to the Ontario NOTA Party.
Please make a donation now and help us!
* Please complete the donation form below for Interac or Credit Card donation as Elections Ontario requires those details for compliance purposes.
You can also mail us a cheque the good old fashioned way to the following address:
None of the Above Direct Democracy Party
1048 Springwater Cr.,
* please make sure to provide your complete name and address details if they are not on the cheque already
2020 ONTARIO Donation Limits and Tax Credits
The following information is drawn from the Elections Ontario website. For up-to-date information please visit Elections Ontario.
Contribution Limits: In the 2020 calendar year, an Ontario-residing individual may contribute their own funds as follows: a maximum of $1,600 to the NOTA Party, up to $1,600 to any NOTA Riding Association(s) and Registered Nomination Contestant(s), and during a campaign they may contribute $1,600 to the Registered Candidate(s).
|NOTA Party||Riding Association(s)
and Registered Nomination
during a campaign period
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2019
|During a Campaign Period||No extra amount over the annual limit||$1,625||$1,625|
* Contributions must be deposited during the donation period.
Contributions to political parties and constituency associations are eligible for a tax credit receipt. However, contributions made to registered nomination contestants are not eligible for a tax credit receipt.
The donor must be a resident of Ontario. The funds must belong to the person making the donation. Contributions may be made by cheque, money order or by credit card embossed with the contributor’s name. Tax receipt(s) will be issued to the donor whose name appears on the cheque or the credit card.
An estate may make contributions to parties and constituency associations and for the purposes of those contributions, a person and his or her estate are deemed to be one person.
- 75 per cent on the first $423 of donations in 2020.
- 50 per cent on the portion of your donation between $423 and $1,410 in 2020.
- 33.33 per cent on the portion between $1,410 and $3,208 in 2020.
Personal Contribution Tax Credit Calculation
|Total Contribution||Credit Calculation||Maximum Credit|
|Up to $423||75%||$317.25|
|$406 to $1,410||$317.25 plus 50% over $423 up to $1,410||$810.75|
|Over $1,410||$810.75 plus 33.33% of the amount over $1,410||to a maximum credit of $1,410*|
Δ A donation of $3,250 results in a maximum tax credit of $1,410.
Actual Donation Costs
|Contribution Amount +||Tax Credit||Actual Cost|
+ The contribution amount is the net value of the contribution for banquets, dinners, and other events.
Please Note: Provincial political contributions are completely separate from federal contributions.