British Columbia Peoples Party

British Columbia Peoples Party

June 26, 2014 10:00 ET

Surrey First Linda Hepner Goes for Conservative Win in City Hall

BCPP President Vikram Bajwa to Lead Multiculture Opposition Slate

SURREY, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - June 26, 2014) -

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Surrey First announced their full slate for Municipal elections to be held in November 2014. Outgoing Mayor Diane Watts, who is rumoured to run for the Federal Conservatives, carefully chose the slate to color Surrey as Conservative City of British Columbia. Even though the Federal and Provincial parties do not directly field Mayor or Council candidates, but Surrey First has left no doubts on their credentials of supporting Conservatives.

British Columbia Peoples Party president Vikram Bajwa, former Surrey Mayoral candidate has called in the Leadership of NDP and Liberal Party, to join BCPP to defeat the Surrey First Conservative Team. "We need to win Surrey for its people, its multiculture, its logo of the Future Lives Here," said Bajwa, at the BCPP Office in Surrey.

Officially announcing to lead a campaign of "Fair Society", he agreed to contest as Mayoral Candidate against Linda Hepner, with a full slate representing the multiculture of the city. For the past nine years Surrey First agenda, on Public Safety and Transparency will be the basis of highlights of the Opposition.

"We will fight as Olivia Chow in Toronto against Rob Ford," said Assistant Campaign Manager Robert Hill. Former Liberal Minister Brenda Locke has announced to run as a Council in November. Barinder Rasode Council too has engaged former husband Mark Marrisen of BC Premier Christy Clark.

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