ALBERTA VOTES 2008

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Bonnyville-Cold Lake (48)

February 1, 2008 | 04:11 PM

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Comments: (3)

Phil (Cold_Lake) wrote:

Well it is nice know now that there is someone else other than a PC candidate running in our area. Up until this forum this election is the closest thing to a communist style election I have ever seen. Cold Lake is the second fastest growing area in the province yet the only candidate I have heard about or seen a poster is the PC candidate. Sure you can vote for anyone but when only one campaigns is there really a choice.

Posted February 26, 2008 08:47 AM

Lawrence Noel (Bonnyville) wrote:

After listening to the Leader's debate I was very unimpressed that the issue of low cost housing and AISH were not addressed
Mr. Stelmach addressed it a little but none of the other party leaders did not. I seriously question this as a Albertan with a developmental disablity.

Posted February 22, 2008 11:08 AM

Jennifer Brown (Fort_Kent) wrote:

Hello,

My name is Jennifer Brown and I am your Green Party Candidate for this riding. For more information on the Alberta Greens and me go to: www.albertagreens.ca
You can contact me at jenniferbrown.green2008@gmail.com if you would like to know more about your Green alternative.

Thank you,

Jennifer Brown
Bonnyville-Cold Lake Alberta Greens Candidate

Posted February 14, 2008 07:23 PM

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