Why I am seeking the Liberal Nomination in Kanata-Carleton
I have a very different vision of community and country than Stephen Harper and his government. I don't want to be looking back five years from now and saying I could have done something but I didn't.
As a mother, I want my children and your children and grandchildren to have the same kind of Canada that I was fortunate enough to grow up in - the kind of Canada created by all Canadians in partnership with visionary Liberal governments. Our success as a nation has been achieved through mutual respect, cooperation, and dialogue. Forward-thinking democratic governments create partnerships with their citizens and other levels of government. They don't try to divide-and-conquer, to pit one group against another.
I want a country that has strong, healthy communities where everyone has the opportunity to build a life of contribution and dignity, and where we have an innovative and inclusive economy that creates value-added jobs.
I know how to lead. I know what teamwork is all about. I know the importance of listening to people. I know how to get the job done. My experience in the Canadian military, my own business, and my involvement in my community and my country has shown me how to do that.
With this background, I feel that I'm well suited to be your Liberal candidate for Kanata-Carleton in the next federal election. To become the Liberal candidate, I must first win the nomination. I need your help to do this. Your support will ensure that you and Kanata-Carleton are well represented.
I ask for your support,
I am pleased to announce that our 3rd in the series of "Q&A with Karen" will be held on Tuesday October 28th from 7-9 pm at the Kanata Recreation Complex Hall A, 100 Walter Baker Place! I hope to see you there!WHENOctober 28, 2014 at 7pmWHEREKanata Recreation Complex
100 Walter Baker Pl
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