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New Conservative candidate welcomes voter feedback

Rick Manuel - File photo
Rick Manuel
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Editor: I wanted to take a moment to let residents in the Fort Langley-Aldergrove constituency know that there is now a real choice, for those unsure of who to vote for in the upcoming provincial election on May 14.

There are a lot of undecided voters out there asking themselves the question “who am I going to vote for?”

Others are saying “I’m tired of the same old government that doesn’t listen and I don’t think B.C. could take another four-year financial hit from the NDP. Who’s left?”

Similar questions have prompted many to join the BC Conservatives to provide an answer.

Some. like myself, are running as candidates. Some are helping out with the campaign to oust the “same old, same old” in favour of the “other guy” or new kid on the block.

While I would ask potential voters to look at the common sense platform of the BC Conservatives, I am also hoping that the desire to rid themselves of this government might spurn them on to help out with the campaign or ignite a sense of volunteerism.

It’s a great time to get on board, as the BC Conservative Party is a grassroots party that derives its flavour from the bottom up. It’s a chance to become part of something new for B.C. It’s another choice from the other guy.

I ask people to give this some thought. If they are interested in finding out more or volunteering, they can give me a call at 604-763-6941 or send an email to ram2354@gmail.com.

I welcome anyone who wants to help out with our campaign in any way.

 

 

 

Rick Manuel,

BC Conservative candidate,

Fort Langley-Aldergrove

constituency

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