Independent Politics

Vicki at the micBy choosing not to join a political party, my route to provincial office was different than any other MLA in the past 60 years.  As an independent MLA, I have my own staff – two researchers and two constituency assistants – who each help me each day as I work to represent my constituents and tackle the many challenges and opportunities we face.  Plus, unlike other MLAs, I am not constrained by party rules and doctrine, and can speak out on behalf of my constituents – no matter the issue.

To illustrate my commitment to accountability I have an open-book policy for any Delta South resident wishing to view my expense reports.  Contact my constituency office to set up an appointment.

 

 

Filed Content:

Liberals holding on to donor cash cow

News Article

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When the B.C. Liberals released an update Friday on what proved to be a banner year in political fundraising, they strove to minimize their continued reliance on big dollar donations from the corporate sector. ...

My statement on my decision to not seek re-election

Blog Post
After extensive reflection, I have made the difficult decision that I cannot run in the upcoming provincial election. This was not a conclusion reached lightly and has been one of the most difficult decisions of my professional career.
 

Politics? There's an app for that

News Article

Quoted from the article (online here):

Two web developers from Burnaby have helped create the first-ever web app that shows the voting records of B.C. MLAs. ...

B.C.'s propaganda department cranks up production

News Article

Quoted from the article (online here):

... Many of the ministry's improvement projects, of course, need signs to remind the public of the progress of the improvements as they progress.