The last day of the White Rock City Council Campaign
First off vote tomorrow. Whatever city in BC you live in, vote. Don’t boo, vote.
Voting is the important part, the rest is theatrics and high school level drama.
I smiled when I saw the ad from The Coalition in today’s Peace Arch News. The current governing political slate has been running a rather well thought out campaign focusing on their positive accomplishments and offering vague generalities for the future. Their message was, “White Rock’s great, nobody has any complaints. Vote for us.”
At the first BIA all-candidates event when asked how they could improve communication with the city one of the incumbents from the Coalition proudly said that there was no way to improve communication that they were doing everything they needed to.
There’s no real polling in White Rock elections, so it’s hard to tell how things are going. However, it’s clear by their ad today that the Coalition is worried. They got off their sunny message and got down in the mud, calling stating that the other candidates don’t have a vision, a plan or ideas for the future of White Rock.
If that’s what they really think then it’s clear the Coalition hasn’t been doing their research. I’ll help them out a vision, a plan and ideas are all right here.
It’s too bad they dismiss people like myself who are raising questions about the environment, the affordable housing and how we can protect our seniors. I’m sorry they feel that people who have valid questions about development, the future of our city and having a voice are just engaging in “political grandstanding”.
I’m running a real positive campaign, not one that’s only sunny when it suits me. They can stand by their words. Voters will decide tomorrow. But the Coalition sees now that they might lose, and they’re scared.
Show them that they’re right. Don’t boo, vote. Vote them out. Vote tomorrow. Vote. That’s what matters.
Vote. Saturday the 20th (tomorrow). Vote.