kingston & the islands' NDP Blog

Saturday, December 17, 2005

Letter from Rob

Rob has posted a letter on the Kingston NDP web site. Dear Friends, I am seeking your support to be your MP in Kingston and the Islands on January 23. In the 2004 election, I raised issues that are important to Kingston and the Islands:
  • Strong public health care - not privatization;
  • Reducing the heavy debt load for students;
  • Improved community and environmental investment;
  • Responsible spending of your hard earned tax dollars;
  • And development of an independent Canadian foreign policy.
The cost of not addressing these issues has already been felt in many communities, including ours. As a long-time resident of Kingston, I care deeply about our community. I have been actively involved for many years in municipal issues - defending the need to invest in education, health care and the environment to ensure our quality of life and economic growth. Most recently, I was the spokesperson for the Save Our Memorial Centre Site. Jack Layton and the NDP have made a remarkable difference for Canadians in a minority government. With a greater voice we can create a stronger democracy and a government that works much better for the majority of Canadians. Please join me in making a difference in Kingston and the Islands and in creating a better vision for Canada. Rob Hutchison
To join the campaign, or make a donation, please phone us at the riding office, 549-2444. Or drop by the office, which is at 277 Montreal St. You can also email Do you have questions or comments on Rob's letter? Leave a comment in the comments section below.


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