NDP candidate opening campaign office Friday in Courtenay

The Comox Valley NDP campaign is ramping up with an official opening of Kassandra Dycke’s campaign office in Courtenay this Friday.

The Comox Valley NDP campaign is ramping up with an official opening of Kassandra Dycke’s campaign office at 408 Fifth St. in Courtenay this Friday starting at 5 p.m.

“We already have hundreds of volunteers lined up, and we’ve knocked on thousands of doors in the Comox Valley,” said Dycke. “There is a real mood for change in the Comox Valley, and we’re working hard to provide people with a positive, practical alternative.”

Dycke said the opening of the campaign office will enable even more people to get involved in the campaign.

“Everyone is welcome to come to the office opening. It’s a chance to learn more about the NDP, and to volunteer on the campaign if you wish,” said Dycke.

The office opening will feature remarks from Dycke and live local music, including the group Voices Three and renowned guitarist Alan Jossul.

To find out more about the campaign, visit www.kassandradycke.bcndp.ca or call 250-334-7156.

— Kassandra Dycke

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