Vernon and North Okanagan
Apr 6, 2013 / 1:18 pm
John Cummins, Leader of the BC Conservative Party is coming to Vernon and Lumby to kick off a campaign for Scott Anderson, British Columbia Conservative Party candidate for Vernon-Monashee on April 8.
Cummins will officially open Anderson's campaign office and lead a Town Hall in Vernon before visiting Lumby to talk to business owners and hold a meet and greet.
"John's visit underscores the fact that Vernon-Monashee is widely recognized as an enormous opportunity for the BC Conservatives," said Anderson.
"Everyone from CBC commentators to preeminent political bloggers have singled out this riding as having an exceptionally BC Conservative strong team and a very good chance of winning."
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