Thursday, September 24, 2020

North Coast Liberals look to hear concerns from residents of constituency as election campaign gets underway

The North Coast Liberals have yet to announce a candidate, or how they plan to select one for that matter, but as the 2020 election campaign gains momentum, they are looking to hear from area residents as to the key themes they want to hear about during the next month or so.

Through their social media account of Facebook, the Liberals have picked up on a few Northwest themes in this first week of the campaign, in particular the controversial NDP nomination in Stikine, as well as to introduce the BC Liberal candidate Gitxsan Hereditary Chief and lawyer Gordon Sebastian.

However, so far, the news on the candidate search for North Coast is seemingly still a work in progress, with a note to stay tuned for further updates.

When they select their candidate, the Liberals will be hoping to jump into the campaign with some background as to what voters are thinking, asking for submissions to their Facebook page as to the key areas of concern for residents of the North Coast.

You can add your comments to their list from this post to their social media stream.

The BC Liberals are not the only political party yet to announce a candidate to try and take the NDP seat in the Legislature from MLA Jennifer Rice, neither the Green Party, or the fledgling eco-socialist party, the latter with more than a few issues to sort out internally it seems, have yet to announce their plans, if any, for the North Coast.  

You can keep up with the latest news from the Northwest campaign trail from our Election 2020 archive page here.

For a wider overview of he provincial scene see our political blog D'Arcy McGee and our Victoria Viewpoints page.

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