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How Voting PPC Could Re-Elect a Liberal in Central Nova

In over 50 electoral districts, Election 2019 is a coin-flip. 

Central Nova, in Nova Scotia, is one of those coin flips. It’s also a riding where the PPC (People’s Party of Canada) voters could be the deciding factor and deliver this riding into the hands of the Liberal Party.

The latest projections from poll aggregator show the Conservatives lead is a mere 0.5%. The PPC is polling at 3.8%, more than enough extra to ensure a Conservative victory.i

Wouldn’t it be awesome to send first-term Liberal MP Sean Fraser into early retirement without a gold-plated pension? 

It may not happen if PPC voters insist on voting for a candidate who cannot win in this riding. Those voters, an estimated 3.8% of voters in this riding, could turn a one-term wonder into a two-term MP who will work hard to take away your guns. 

That doesn’t serve Nova Scotian firearm owners. That doesn’t serve Canadians.

If PPC voters insist on splitting the vote, the only thing they will accomplish in Central Nova is re-electing a Liberal MP.

One of two men will be prime minister on October 22, 2019, and it won’t be PPC leader Maxime Bernier. That’s guaranteed.

But whether it’s the man who wants to take away your guns or the one who doesn’t is still unknown. 

The PPC’s vote-splitting in this riding could help deliver Trudeau a second term in office, something no Canadian can afford. 

The only way to block a Liberal from being elected in Central Nova in October is to vote Conservative.

When we say “Voting PPC elects Liberals” this is exactly what we mean. 

We look forward to the next time that Parliament is sitting – hopefully under a Liberal government – where we will be able to introduce further measures to strengthen measures against guns.”

—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Toronto, August 13, 2019 

Source: CTV Newsii

There are some weapons, quite frankly, in my opinion, that are so dangerous that there really is no place in a safe and civil society for them, and I think there are measures we can take to make those guns just generally unacceptable and inaccessible.”

— Minister Bill Blair, June 18, 2019

Source: Global Newsiii





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