Goldie Dhillon (May 8th, 2017, Surrey BC)
After months of grueling campaign from the ruling BC Liberals, official opposition BC NDP and the growing Green Party are waiting for British Columbians to get out and vote. Every party candidate and independent candidates are putting every effort to get the awareness.
so who should you vote? According to Christy Clark “There’s a clear choice in this election. We have a plan to create jobs, help more British Columbians realize their dreams of owning their own home, and stand up for BC in the face of Donald Trump’s protectionism. In a choice between hope and despair, I choose hope. I believe in you.”
John Horgan says “Bad choices the BC Liberals made can be stopped if we come together to make a change. On May 9, let’s make it happen.”
and Andrew Weaver sums it up by saying “In case there was any doubt. The BC NDP and the BC Liberals are both chasing the economy of the 20th century. Only the BC Greens have outlined an inspiring vision for the emerging 21st century economy – an economy that builds on our strengths. Our economic platform was featured and praised in the Globe and Mail today. This election is about trust. Neither the BC NDP nor the BC Liberals can be trusted to deliver a clean economy or implement a plan to show leadership on climate change.”
Independent candidates are saying vote for them to get your voices heard.
TPS Network says, you should vote for yourself, go out and vote, select the candidate which you think is best to get your voice in the legislature assembly. If we don’t vote, then we also loose the privilege to criticize the elected candidates after the elections.
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