The Liberals inability to win voters trust in 2017, and again in this election, is the real reason the NDP have an opportunity to form government
Peace River South Candidate Kathleen Connolly
What would a provincial election campaign be without the BC Liberals telling British Columbians who to vote for. Regrettably, it’s an argument they’ve trotted out election after election for more than two and a half decades.
And what have BC voters received in return? BC’s Conservatives are saying it’s little more than ‘NDP lite’.
“What’s more”, stated Peace River North candidate Trevor Bolin, the leader of BC’s Conservatives, “The Liberals in BC have been using the same old message that the Conservative vote split can put the NDP back in power, yet the facts show that their lack of being able to win the trust of voters in 2017 -- and again in this election -- is the real reason the NDP have an opportunity to form government.”
Neighbouring Peace River South candidate Kathleen Connolly had her own thoughts as she remarked;
“The spilt vote conversation has become a political platform brought out time and time again by the Liberals; they haven’t done their job, and now the platform of BC’s Conservatives is gaining traction as it resonates with voters.”
“We will not buy into the fear mongering by Andrew Wilkinson’s Liberals but instead are presenting a campaign to inspire voters to make a democratic choice for the party which best represents them”, Connolly continued.
Conservatives in BC offer real solutions for communities who have failed in their task of being ‘representatives’ of their constituents.
“That, is why the BC Liberals lost 8 seats in the 2017 election, ridings in which there were no Conservative candidates running”, Bolin stated.
“While the Liberals in BC claim that vote splitting is why the NDP gained power in 2017, they are welcome to their opinions... but the facts say otherwise”, the Conservative leader concluded.