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On Saturday night, our party will have a new leader. Whoever wins, our party will stand united behind them.
It’s been a long, vigorous campaign. And that’s a good thing. Each of the candidates has worked hard, brought new ideas to the table, and helped refresh our party.
I’m grateful to each one of them. And I respect them all as individuals and leaders.
But now, it’s up to you.
With voting now open, our internal tracking numbers are showing that it’s coming down to two candidates:
Michael Lee or Dianne Watts.
I know who I want to lead our party into next election.
I voted for the candidate who, from day one, has made it his mission to broaden our party’s appeal, and has welcomed thousands of new members to this party.
I voted for the candidate who looks at affordability the same way you and I do – recognizing that every tax, fee, charge, or toll you pay comes from the same wallet.
I voted for the candidate who has the strongest youth team, and has talked the most about party renewal.
And I voted for the candidate who not only talks about doing politics differently, but does it differently. We need get past the false choice between the environment, economy, infrastructure, and social programs – because we need them all.
I voted for the candidate who best understands that the next election will not be won in the legislature – but on our smartphones, and in our communities.
I voted for the candidate who best represents the province and country I want to live in.
It has been my honour to manage the campaign for Michael Lee. And today, I voted for him.
I hope you’ll join us.
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Manager, Michael Lee Campaign
Michael Lee is the MLA for Vancouver-Langara. Before entering politics Michael was a prominent business lawyer in Vancouver, where he worked for 20 years with forestry, mining, energy and technology companies across BC. He also has a strong record of community service for over 30 years, including with social service, educational as well as children and youth organizations. A son of immigrants, Michael was born and raised in Vancouver. He and his wife Christina have three young adult children.