Six candidates are vying for your vote on May 29, hoping to be Livingstone-Macleod’s next MLA. All were invited to submit a piece outlining their election platform for publication in Shootin’ the Breeze.
I want to start off by saying why I decided to run for MLA.
It’s been a long time since politicians have been public servants. It seems to me every four years they come around making promises they don’t ever keep.
We have a lot of problems in this province, country and world right now. I think we can all agree the performance of the government, left or right, has not been in the best interest of Albertans or Canadians.
Parents’ and guardians’ rights to make decisions for their own children will be respected and honoured.
Back to basics, remove identity politics from schools no more indoctrinations. Get back to the basics, foundational education.
Defend Alberta’s business from crippling government interference.
The broken Alberta health-care service, identify the dysfunctional and wasteful problems in AHS.
Elected MLAs will not be affiliated with any global organizations, including WHO, WEF and the UN.
Fair tax system pays no personal taxes on the first $30,000. Maximum 25 per flat tax above that.
End equalization. Six hundred billion dollars have been taken from Alberta in the last 60 years, about $30 billion annually.
Albertans head to the polls Monday, May 29.
Advanced voting is open May 23 to 27.
For voter information, including polling stations, see pages 9 to 11.
Individual candidate statements:
Dylin Hauser – Alberta Liberal Party
Kevin Van Tighem – Alberta New Democratic Party
Kevin Todd – Alberta Party
Erik Abildgaard – Independent
Corrie Toone – Independence Party of Alberta
Chelsae Petrovic – United Conservative Party
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