B.C. Tories not dead yet

John Cummins and the BC Conservatives are alive and well

After reading your view of John Cummins and the BC Conservatives, I would like to share my view with your readers.

John Cummins and the BC Conservatives are alive and well. The 15 people who decided amongst themselves to try to take over the party have been dealt with.

I believe their intention was to simply destroy the Party so there would be a clear path for the Liberals and NDP to duke it out once again.

How many people did not vote in the last few elections just because they didn’t want either party to win? For years these two parties are all we had to choose from. They have taken turns running our province and where has it got us?

Now we have a chance of having the BC Conservatives on the ballot. We definitely need a change. At least we, the people, would like to have the opportunity to decide for ourselves.

I am a member of the BC Conservatives and proud to support John Cummins as Leader of the Party.

Joy Shuster

Campbell River

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