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From the BC Conservatives: "We're back, we're united, and we're ready.”



This coming Sunday (November 19th), BC Conservatives in the Kamloops Thompson Nicola region, will be holding a first meeting, in preparation to reorganize Riding Associations in the area.



Long-time Kamloops resident and conservative campaigner, Alan Forseth, stated,

"Having returned from our party's recent AGM in Langley, I am delighted to have taken on the role as Regional Director for our area.  I look forward to being a part of the growing momentum for conservatives across the province."



Interim BC Conservative Party
Leader Scott Anderson of Vernon
The gathering of members and guests, which gets underway at 2:30pm at the meeting room of the Accent Inn, will feature guest speaker, and current Interim Party leader Scott Anderson.



Mr. Anderson, who is also a Vernon City Councillor commented,  “I am so excited about the energy and enthusiasm I’ve heard from members across the province, and the Kamloops area is no exception.” 



He went on to say, "In all the years I’ve been with this party I’ve never seen it as united and ready as it is now. We're back, we're united, and we're ready.” 



As former BC Liberal leader Christy Clark showed all British Columbians recently, with her flip flop on the Throne Speech, TRUE common sense fiscal conservative credentials are important at a time when politicians seem willing to change their philosophy, at a moment's notice, in order to hold on to power.



The British Columbia Conservative Party is ready to work toward a British Columbia, for all British Columbians.

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