ALBERTA VOTES 2008

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February 1, 2008 | 04:18 PM

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Wayne Robert (Edmonton) wrote:

John,

In regards to Manning and the sign colours... Dan Backs the former Alberta Liberal MLA was quicked out of the Liberal caucus and the party some time ago. He has chosen to simply use his old Liberal signs but to spray paint the "Alberta Liberal" portion and stencil independent. As for the candidate Sandeep Dhir he's using the red, black, and white colours as he's the Alberta Liberal candidate. In fact Mr. Backs has now gone to white and gold I think it is clearly saying "independent." Plus, to be more confusing... the Tories, the Wildrose Alliance and the Independent are all running with a right-wing platform. So that leaves voters with the NDP and the Alberta Liberals. Hope this clears somethings up a bit...

Posted February 15, 2008 11:47 PM

John Smith (Edmonton) wrote:

Edmonton Manning is getting to be a bit confused. I see red,black, white and gold of Dan Backs and the red,white and black of Sandeep Dhir and the gold, white and black of Dan Backs.

Huh??

Who is carrying what colours?

Posted February 15, 2008 06:16 AM

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