Don McRae has his vote

Dear editor,

When Don McRae was elected to Courtenay City council I was concerned with his understanding of business.

Dear editor,

When Don McRae was elected to Courtenay City council I was concerned with his understanding of business.

After a few terms on council I was impressed with his caring and understanding manner and business acumen. I was so impressed I nominated hem to run locally for the provincial Liberals when the opportunity arose.

In his first term he so impressed the party they promoted him to Minister of Agriculture and Iater to Minister of Education.

Don has certainly worked hard for this province and the Comox Valley and knowing Don as I do, he will continue to work hard for us all.

While I admire anybody who takes the time to run for office. I could not support the local NDP candidate, as she does not have the experience or the skills to replace Don as our area MLA.

J. Murray Presley,

Courtenay

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