I am a United Conservative Party member because like you I believe in less government and stronger communities. It's hard work and free enterprise that makes this Province great and each Albertan deserves an equal chance to succeed. I have served citizens of Alberta as a police officer for nearly 10 years and learned that communication, honesty, and respect are crucial to building a working relationship with anyone or any community.
"It's hard work and free enterprise that makes this Province great."
I am the past President of the Leduc-Beaumont United Conservative Party Association and the past President of the Edmonton-Wetaskiwin Conservative Association. The work on these associations is important to me as it is my way to help ensure that a conservative candidate is elected in the Provincial and Federal riding. I am active in organizing events, chairing board meetings and working on and reviewing policy for each party.
Anyone can help in their own way, some are directors on the local boards, some volunteer for campaigns, make donations, hold party memberships or share their views with friends and families. Each person chooses their own way to participate and it is important to know that it all helps. For me, I will be running for the nomination to be the official United Conservative Party candidate in the riding of Leduc-Beaumont. Please join me in the campaign for a better Alberta.
I hope to earn your trust and your vote during the nomination process and you can show support for me and the United Conservative Party by buying a membership. I will be doing everything I can to reach out to the constituents of Leduc-Beaumont but don't hesitate to reach out to me as well.
Electing a United Conservative Party government is crucial in 2019 and that's why when the nominations open in the riding Leduc-Beaumont I will be putting my name forward to be your candidate.