Premier Christy Clark Reaches Out to Voters with Town Hall Technology
Vancouver – Premier Christy Clark will continue to lead the change in how citizens are engaged with government by hosting a telephone town hall meeting on Wednesday May 4th for voters in the provincial by-election in Vancouver-Point Grey.
“I’m actively in the riding listening to people and answering their questions,” said Premier Christy Clark. “With this added new form of technology, thousands of residents now have the opportunity to participate, become engaged, and help shape a vision for our province.”
Voters with land phone lines in the Vancouver-Point Grey riding will receive a call on the evening of May 4th and have the option to participate in the town hall meeting which begins at 7:35pm. Participants will have the chance to ask Premier Christy Clark questions during the meeting.
“This follows live town halls in Richmond and Fort St. John over the last five weeks and is part of our efforts to listen to British Columbians and act on their concerns,” said Premier Christy Clark. “I’m going to continue to outreach to the people of Vancouver-Point Grey and I hope they will give me the chance to serve them as an elected member in the B.C. Legislature.”
Premier Christy Clark is working to become the MLA representative in Vancouver-Point Grey after winning the BC Liberal candidacy on April 19th . The by-election is to be held May 11th.