April 16, 2015
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and our Conservative team are facing the biggest election in Canadian history in less than 200 days.
While we have been rapidly preparing, there is still so much more to be done. We have candidates and volunteers to recruit, campaign offices to rent, and ads to create and run. These things all cost money — which is why we need your help.
You may remember that Prime Minister Harper and our Conservative party delivered on our promise to end the per-vote subsidy, which was forcing taxpayers to subsidize the activities of political parties.
We did it because it was the right thing to do. We did it because it needed to be done.
But it also means that we now rely exclusively on the generous contributions of our supporters to pay for our election preparation.
April 02, 2015
Election Day is now just 200 days away.
That’s not a lot of time to get everything we need to win a second Conservative majority government. We’re hard at work making sure Prime Minister Harper has what he needs… but we need your help! Will you make a contribution today to support our election readiness efforts?
Every dollar goes a long way to help us fight off the negative attacks from the Liberals and NDP. It helps us build a strong team that can with the 170 seats we need to form the next majority government. Will you help us with a $55, $170, or even a $300 donation today? Do your part – chip in today!
March 18, 2015
March 31 is the end of our first fiscal quarter of 2015. With the election just months away, it’s more important than ever that we post a strong fundraising result. Please make a donation today to help us fight off attacks from Justin Trudeau and the Liberals.
February 17, 2015
February 09, 2015
After Ms. Adams’ request of just a couple weeks ago to seek the Conservative Party nomination in a new seat, I informed her in writing on January 29th that she would not be permitted to run for our Party in the next election due to the misconduct from the Oakville North-Burlington nomination race.
I communicated clearly that our Party takes our nomination rules and procedures seriously, and we made a commitment to run fair and open nominations, and any misconduct from candidates, including caucus members, would not be tolerated.
In the last election, the people of Mississauga Brampton-South elected a Conservative MP to focus on their priorities – creating jobs, reducing taxes and providing benefits directly to families. They clearly rejected the Liberals high tax, high debt agenda.