PC party on Dartmouth-Cole Harbour ballot

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia - Sunday, June 6, 2004 - by: Tracy Parsons


June 1,2004, my nomination papers were accepted.




By this the voters in one more riding in Canada have the option of voting for a replacement of the Liberal Government , not bound by the right-wing ideology of the Conservative Party of Canada , or the left-wing of the NDP.




For those following the progressive-conservative philosophy , making decisions to lower or raise taxes, to institute a government program or end it, is based on what is best for Canadians at the time, rather than applying the dogma of neo-conservatism or democratic socialism.




It is an approach , once again an option , for Canadians through registration of the PC Party (Progressive Canadian Party) by the Chief Electoral Officer on May 29, 2004.


Tracy Parsons
Progressive Canadian Party
Dartmouth-Cole Harbour



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