Gamble 2015: Competent leadership for Dartmouth South

June 14, 2015 at 4:39 am

June 13, 2015
For immediate release

DARTMOUTH, NS – Today, it was announced that the by-election in Dartmouth South will be July 14, 2015.

“The people of Dartmouth South have been let down by the McNeil Liberals. Many people have told me about the negative impact the Liberals’ changes to the film tax credit will have on jobs and the industry. Many more have told me their stories of failures in our healthcare system. We must do better” said Gord Gamble, the PC candidate for Dartmouth South. “I would be honoured to have the opportunity to represent our community and fight for the issues and jobs that matter to our people. I look forward to earning their support and will work hard every day, on their behalf.”

Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie says he’s proud to have Gord Gamble running under the PC banner and believes he will be a great MLA for Dartmouth South.

“Gord is a strong candidate, with broad business experience, who is deeply rooted in Dartmouth South,” said Baillie. “He will provide the kind of competent leadership Dartmouth South needs and will make a great representative for the people and the community in the Legislature.”

Baillie says the Liberals are not up to the task of running the government and rebuilding our economy.

“The incompetence of the Liberal government is setting our province back,” said Baillie. “We will continue to hold the Liberals accountable for their actions and demand a better plan for kick starting our fragile economy.”

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Media contact for Jamie Baillie:

Angie Zinck
902.225.1630

[email protected]
www.pccaucus.ns.ca

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Recognized and known for his strong leadership in the business world and as a public servant, PC Party leader Jamie Baillie has a strong plan to rebuild Nova Scotia’s economy and get us on the right track. He is a competent leader who will create more jobs and bring our sons and daughters home so Nova Scotia can grow.

For five consecutive years, Jamie was recognized as one of Atlantic Canada’s Top 50 CEOs. As CEO, Jamie led Credit Union Atlantic to steady growth and increased dividends for members. He is a member of Atlantic Business Magazine’s Hall of Fame and in 2010 he was named a Fellow Chartered Accountant, the highest designation for that profession.