Kenney joins UCP candidates Flatla and Neudorf to hear from voters looking for jobs and carbon-tax free future
LETHBRIDGE, AB (April 7, 2019): United Conservative Leader Jason Kenney visited candidates Karri Flatla (Lethbridge-West) and Nathan Neudorf (Lethbridge-East) to capitalize on the momentum generated by the campaign and to bring a hopeful message on jobs, the economy, and pipelines to a part of the province particularly burdened by the NDP’s ideological policies.
“After 4 years of increased taxes, increased debt and fewer jobs, the people of Lethbridge want change that gets Alberta back to work,” United Conservative Leader Jason Kenney said. “I’m excited to be here with our incredible candidates Karri and Nathan who will be ready to join me in the Legislature to enact our plan to repeal Shannon Phillips’ job-killing carbon tax, implement the Open for Business Act, and bring prosperity back to this part of the province.”
The campaigns of Flatla and Neudorf have already identified thousands of Lethbridge voters who have committed to casting their vote for the United Conservative’s plan to build Alberta Strong & Free when early voting opportunities begin on Tuesday. With momentum overwhelmingly behind these two candidates, Kenney is optimistic that Lethbridge will reject the NDP’s record that has led Alberta to one of the highest rates of unemployment in the country.
“Everywhere I go, people tell me they want a government that will stand up to Justin Trudeau’s anti-pipeline policies, kickstart the economy, and get Albertans back to work,” Kenney said. “That message is being heard loud and clear in Lethbridge and while Karri and Nathan know that there’s more work to do, our entire team has been humbled by the incredible amount of support we’ve received.”
“In just over a week, Lethbridge will vote to build an Alberta that is strong & free and I am very confident that Nathan and Karri will be in that legislature with me. Lethbridge is looking for positive change and we are committed to delivering that for them and every other Albertan across the province.”
Kenney will join candidates Flatla and Neudorf this evening at the Enmax Centre in Lethbridge to watch the Canadians take on Sweden in the World Curling Championships.