Monday, September 29, 2008

All Politics is Local: Edmonton - St. Albert

All politics is local and it is the work of volunteers and the grass roots that win elections. With that in mind I will be profiling local ridings over the course of the next few days.

If you live in any of these ridings and have even a few free hours over the next few weeks to help out with the campaign or even to request a lawn sign, please take note of the information and give your local campaign office a call. They all will appreciate the help and every little bit no matter how small can help keep your riding and our Federal Government Conservative.

Tonight it is Edmonton-St.Albert; which was represented by Conservative John Williams who is not seeking re-election. The Conservative candidate for Edmonton-St.Albert this time around is former MLA Brent Rathgeber.

Campaign Offices:

Edmonton Office: 12728 127 Street NW Edmonton Phone# 780-454-1557

St. Albert Office: 203, 200 Boudreau Road (Summit Center Professional Building)
St. Albert
Phone# 780-454-1557


Upcoming events: Check the calender or Call the campaign office for the latest event schedule

Riding Info: Map. Edmonton-St. Albert contains the city of St. Albert to Highway 28 ( 97 St) in the east to Highway 16 in the south and 231 St in the west. An area of about 105 square km with a population of just over 126,000 and over 94,000 electors.

Electoral history.

The election is only a couple of weeks away and your help is needed. Please call 780-454-1557 and be part of the team that will help elect Brent to be the voice of Edmonton-St. Albert and part of a strong Conservative Government in Ottawa.

1 comment:

wilson said...

All candidates meeting in Fort Saskatchewan (Ab) Oct 8 at the Dow Center.