More candidates hand in nomination papers

Nomination period ended last Friday. Flo Winfrey running for Area “G” director

  • Oct. 19, 2011 6:00 a.m.

Flo Winfrey

I’m Flo Winfrey, and I am running for Area “G” regional district director.

Many things have drawn me to run for this position. I have always taken the “opposition” tactic in government situations with reasonable success. It is apparent that in order to achieve transparency and responsibility and co-operation in government I must become pro active.

My past political activities were as secretary and past president of the Oliver and District taxpayers Association. In this capacity I attended all council meetings of Oliver council for six years, as well as many RDOS board meetings.

I am for open government. Stop politicking and hear the people.

Phone 250-499-0120

 

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