BC Liberals are the choice to stop NDP
The election of John Cummins as leader of the BC Conservatives is a signal to British Columbians who support a free enterprise coalition on the need to focus on stopping the NDP from returning the province to have-not status.
"Though I consider John a friend I cannot support his decision to split the vote in British Colombia. Giving the NDP a chance to put the economy and jobs in jeopardy again is just not worth the risk," says former MP Stockwell Day. “I will be supporting Premier Christy Clark. She is the right leader for British Columbia and I ask all free enterprisers to support Premier Clark and the BC Liberals."
Cummins now claims to oppose the Harmonized Sales Tax, as an MP he fully supported and voted for the introduction of the HST.
"As a Conservative MP who represented rural British Columbia for more than 15 years, I fully support Premier Christy Clark," said former MP Jay Hill. "Premier Clark understands the needs of rural BC and is committed to strengthening our rural economy. I well remember how NDP policies devastated our economy and turned British Columbia into a have-not province and I'm committed to ensuring that doesn't happen again. We need unity among British Columbians who support the values of free-enterprise and strong families and Christy Clark is the leader who can deliver that vision "
Since becoming leader of the BC Liberals, Premier Christy Clark has engaged British Columbians and ensured their voices are heard.
"Premier Clark is a leader who listens and is setting a clear direction for the province," says former Conservative MP Chuck Strahl. "I am impressed by her vision and willingness to hear directly from British Columbians. In the next election, voters will have a clear choice and I will be supporting the Premier and ensuring Adrian Dix and the BC NDP do not have a chance to ruin the B.C. economy. As a free enterpriser, there is only one choice and that's Premier Christy Clark."
Premier Clark and the BC Liberals are the choice for British Columbians who believe in free enterprise and believe in creating jobs, open government and putting families first.