GORDON HOGG SEEKS RE-ELECTION IN SURREY-WHITE ROCK
October 23, 2012
South Surrey – Today, the BC Liberal Party has announced that MLA Gordon Hogg will be acclaimed as the Party’s candidate in Surrey-White Rock for the 2013 election.
“The next provincial election will be pivotal for the future of our province, ” said Hogg. “I made the decision to run again because I want to ensure that future generations have a strong economy to depend on.”
Gordon, a former Mayor of White Rock, was first elected during a 1997 by-election, and has been re-elected in the riding three times since. Gordon is the Government Caucus Chair and Parliamentary Secretary for Non-Profit Partnerships.
This weekend, Gordon will be attending the BC Liberal Party’s Convention in Whistler, and is looking forward to working with British Columbians to hear their priorities for the province.
“I want to know what British Columbians believe will help improve our economy and how government can better engage the people of the province. We need to improve the quality of life for British Columbians,” added Hogg.
Gordon will be acclaimed at a meeting with local BC Liberal members in South Surrey this evening.
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