IDA CHONG THE LATEST BC LIBERAL TO BE NOMINATED AHEAD OF 2012 CONVENTION
October 16, 2012
Oak Bay – The BC Liberal Party has announced that Ida Chong, MLA and Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation, will be acclaimed the Party’s candidate in Oak Bay-Gordon Head at a meeting in Oak Bay tonight.
“It has been a real pleasure to serve the people in my riding for so many years,” said Chong. “I’m always humbled to have been selected to represent so many great individuals and families.”
“I am running for another term because I believe that this is a critically important election in British Columbia, and I want to continue to help Premier Christy Clark keep B.C. moving forward,” added Chong.
Chong will be the latest BC Liberal MLA to be added to the growing list of nominated candidates heading to Whistler for the Party’s Convention between October 25th and 27th.
“Convention is going to be a great opportunity to bring together our MLAs, new candidates, members of the Party and volunteers to talk about important issues in British Columbia,” said Chong. “We’re going to be having an open and frank discussion on a number of issues, and I’m excited to be going.”
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