NDP Unveil PG-Valemount Candidate
Prince George, B.C. – An NDP candidate has stepped forward in Prince George-Valemount.
As 250News reported Saturday, Natalie Fletcher will be acclaimed at a nomination meeting scheduled for March 11.
Fletcher, a 30-year resident of Prince George, is no stranger to politics having been involved in local, provincial and national campaigns in the past.
“I’m running as a candidate for the BC NDP because I feel I need to step forward and lead the change I want to see. I am tired of seeing British Columbians work harder only to get further behind. We simply can not afford another four years of the BC Liberals.”
Fletcher says she has a solid understanding of the issues facing British Columbians through her work in health care and from running a small business.
She says education, health care and good jobs are the top priorities facing the province.
The only other publicly declared candidate in the riding is current Liberal MLA and Jobs Minister Shirley Bond.