ALBERTA VOTES 2008

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February 1, 2008 | 04:02 PM

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Beatrice (Medicine_Hat) wrote:

Anyone happen to go to the debate and see how 80% of the questions came from Karen's supporters and better yet she seemed to have an answer in her book for all of them. It was very different on Wednesday night when the general public was asking the questions.

Posted February 28, 2008 08:14 PM

Andy (EdmStrathcona) wrote:

Anyone remember when Charlton was on the school board and wanted to institute busing fees? Seems pretty anti-liberal to me. I would have totally pegged her for a PC.

Posted February 25, 2008 05:33 AM

Ralph Browne (Medicine_Hat) wrote:

Our conservative mla Rob Renner is a putz. He hasn't doneanything for this area and has been part of the ruling party for 14 years. Karen Charlton has 5 times the drive and intellect, and she knows how to get things done. I'm tired of holding my nose and voting PC, so my vote is swinging over to the Liberal in our riding. She has an excellent chance of getting elected......... and getting things done in our riding.
Go Karen!

Posted February 23, 2008 11:59 AM

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