BC Election 2013: Vancouver-West End candidates q&a

On Tuesday, May 14, 2103 British Columbians will have a say in electing a new government.  Given the large LGBTQ community in Vancouver’s West End, we have asked each of the candidates in the riding of Vancouver-West End to respond to seven questions.

BC Election 2013: Vancouver-West End candidates q&aWe will publish the unedited answers to these questions as they are received from the candidates:

  1. Why do you want to be the MLA for Vancouver-West End?
  2. What is the #1 issue facing British Columbians and how will you and your party work to address it?
  3. What is the #1 issue facing residents of Vancouver-West End and how will you and your party work to address it?
  4. What is the #1 issue facing the LGBTQ community in British Columbia and how will you and your party work to address it?
  5. What will be your first priority should be elected/re-elected?
  6. Who is your personal hero and why?
  7. Who is your personal hero and why?

The candidates and their responses (if received):

Spencer Chandra Herbert Spencer Chandra Herbert (BC NDP) – we are still waiting on a response to our questions.
Jodie Emery Jodie Emery (Green Party of BC) – we are still waiting on a response to our questions.
Scott Harrison Scott Harrison (BC Liberal Party) – we are still waiting on a response to our questions.
Mathew Kagis

 

Mathew Kagis (Work Less Party) – read Mathew Kagis’ responses to our questions.

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