WEB EXTRA: Incumbent McRae good choice for MLA in Comox Valley

Dear editor,

I am pleased to send my vote for Don McRae as the one candidate whom we can trust to represent us in the legislative assembly.

Dear editor,

While I am currently out of the country during this election season, I am pleased to send my vote for Don McRae as the one candidate whom we can trust to represent us in the legislative assembly.

His efforts to ensure the best for the Comox Valley and to support local businesses and residents are praiseworthy.

His involvement with education — particularly in encouraging children to read — is also valuable. With a love for the Valley and a sincere desire to serve its people, he has demonstrated himself to be a capable and effective ember of the legislative assembly.

Mr. McRae has acquitted himself well during the last four years in Victoria, and we can re-elect him with the confidence that he will continue to meet our expectations.

Brendon Johnson,

Courtenay

 

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