Gamble secures PC nomination in Dartmouth South

October 03, 2013 at 2:46 pm

HALIFAX, NS – Entrepreneur and long-time area resident Gord Gamble will be the PC Party candidate in Dartmouth South in the next election.

Gamble was nominated tonight at an event with PC Party leader Jamie Baillie and over 100 enthusiastic supporters in attendance.

Gamble says residents of Dartmouth South will be better off under a Progressive Conservative government.

“My volunteer work and positions on various boards in the community demonstrate my personal commitment to working for Dartmouth everyday,” said Gamble. “I want to work closely with the people of Dartmouth South to represent a shared vision of the future for our community and deliver positive change.”

Gamble believes that Baillie’s plan creates the winning conditions for economic success: lower taxes, responsible government spending and less waste, and will lead to more jobs and relief for the family budget.

“Jamie Baillie, a chartered accountant and former Credit Union Atlantic president, is the leader that is best able to make life affordable for our families, strengthen our economy and create the conditions in Nova Scotia for job growth,” said Gamble.

Gamble differentiated between the policies of the other two parties by pointing out that both the Liberals and the NDP have expensive energy agendas that will cost ratepayers more. He also noted the NDP and Liberals stood side by side in letting labour disputes shut down hospitals.

Gamble says he looks forward to hearing from residents and is eager and ready to work for the people of Dartmouth South.