Questions for the candidates in Calgary-Centre – Updated November 10 @ 7:56 p.m.


Original copies of emails here: Chris Turner, Green Party of Canada Harvey Locke, Liberal Party of Canada Dan Meades, New Democratic Party NOVEMBER 10 UPDATE: Dan just sent me his answers and so that leaves only...Joan Crockatt. NOVEMBER 7 UPDATE: Have removed Ben Christensen as he is not officially running. Just waiting on Joan Crockatt … Continue reading Questions for the candidates in Calgary-Centre – Updated November 10 @ 7:56 p.m.

POLL of Calgary-Centre websites: Give feedback to candidates on their websites


UPDATED NOVEMBER 11, 2012: I'm a little late adding NDP candidate Dan Meades to this poll! I don't know about you, but I am pretty tired of candidates who don't listen to their constituents or respond to their requests for information. It seems that politicians want to get elected by telling you as little as … Continue reading POLL of Calgary-Centre websites: Give feedback to candidates on their websites

Miss Cranky Pants: Calgary Liberals try to feel the momentum


Calgary federal Liberals gathered last night at Fort Calgary for a fundraiser for the upcoming by-election in Calgary-Centre. The event was advertised on Facebook as “Feel the Momentum.” After sitting through the evening’s festivities, feeling the momentum was a bit of a challenge for this cranky Liberal. Despite an enthusiastic and reinvigorated riding association board … Continue reading Miss Cranky Pants: Calgary Liberals try to feel the momentum

Miss Cranky Pants: The problem with the middle


Facing increasingly polarized political positions, some members of the Liberal Party of Canada seem to be lobbying for a campaign that specifically brands Liberals as being in the “middle.”  The centre may be a place to govern, but it is not the campaign messaging that will help the party regain relevance. Here are five reasons … Continue reading Miss Cranky Pants: The problem with the middle