You can make a difference

Voter turnouts for local elections are typically low, as shown by this chart:

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While disappointing, it presents an opportunity. A single vote has power; a group of engaged voters has significant power.

If you want to influence the result, be sure to vote and convince others to do the same. In these days of social media, information about issues and candidates is readily available. Send links to people you know and tell them to set their  calendars for October 20.

Provide financial support to candidates who reflect your views. Because organizations and corporations can no longer contribute to political campaigns in BC, assistance from individuals is even more important.

Information for providing financial support to my campaign can be can be found HERE.

Voting is the single most important way to influence the conduct of our local governments and school boards.

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Author: Norm Farrell

Gwen and I raised three adult children in North Vancouver. Each lives in our community with seven grandchildren, 12 years and younger. I have worked in accounting and financial management and publish IN-SIGHTS.CA with news and commentary about public issuesv.

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