Understanding Neighbors, Businesses and Constituents.
Candidates taking on the role of representing the people of BC, need to understand their neighbours, businesses and constituents - they need to know first hand what’s important, and fight for what’s right
After putting potential candidates through one of the toughest selection processes the party has ever implemented, BC’s Conservatives will be running 19 candidates across the province in the October 24th provincial election.
“We interviewed over twice as many individuals, but in our discussions with them, we determined that those we are naming today best met and qualified to represent our party’s’ platform and ideals”, stated the leader of BC’s Conservatives, Trevor Bolin.
“To the best of my knowledge”, he continued, “This process not been done in politics; ever. We’ve chosen not to insert candidates from afar into ridings where they have no background, or knowledge of local issues”.
Said Bolin, “We believe candidates, who have chosen to take on the role of representing the people of BC, need to understand their neighbours, businesses and constituents - they need to know first hand what’s important, and fight for what’s right.”
“This means true representation for people in BC, which is why we are proud to have chosen the following individuals who will be representing BC’s Conservatives”
- Abbotsford West: Michael Henshall
- Abbotsford Mission: Trevor Hamilton
- Boundary Similkameen: Darryl Seres
- Cariboo North: Kyle Townsend
- Chilliwack: Dianne Janzen
- Kamloops North Thompson: Dennis Giesbrecht
- Kootenay West: Glen Byle
- Langley: Shelly Jan
- Langley Easy: Ryan Warawa
- New Westminster: Benny Ogden
- North Island: John Twigg
- Parksville-Qualicum: Don Purdey
- Peace River North: Trevor Bolin
- Peace River South: Kathleen Connolly
- Port Moody-Coquitlam: Brandon Fonseca
- Richmond-Queensborough: Kay Hale
- Surrey-Cloverdale: Aisha Rehana Bali
- Vancouver-False Creek: Erik Gretland
- Vernon-Monashee: Kyle Delfing
This snap election was carefully crafted to give the NDP a majority. The main three taxpayer funded parties will continue status quo, while we will be the alternative for people looking for a platform that serves them, not the party.
I would ask that British Columbians take a look at the past three decades of politics in this Province, and starting today, demand more by voting for true representation, and voting for BC’s Conservatives.
Trevor Bolin, leader