Casey will re-offer as Liberal candidate in Colchester North

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Karen Casey

VALLEY - Colchester North Liberal MLA Karen Casey will re-offer in the riding for the next provincial election, expected sometime this year.

“Karen has been a tremendous representative for the people of Colchester North and a true asset at our caucus table,” said Liberal Leader Stephen McNeil in a news release. “Her experience and dedication as both an educator and a legislator have been invaluable to the Liberal Party over the last few years.”

Casey said McNeil’s leadership and vision for the province is what sets him apart from the other two party leaders.

 

“Stephen’s focus on investing in public education, ending corporate welfare and reining in electricity prices will make a real difference to Nova Scotians,” said the MLA also in a news release. “It’s the type of leadership this province needs and it’s why I’m proud to be running for the Liberals in Colchester North.”

 Casey has been the MLA for Colchester North since 2006 and has served as the minister of both health and education.

A lifelong resident of Colchester North, Casey is currently the Liberal education critic and continues to be a strong advocate for a properly funded public education system in Nova Scotia.

Organizations: Liberal Party

Geographic location: Colchester North, Nova Scotia

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  • Doug
    January 31, 2013 - 16:05

    karen knew the pc were taken the wrong path and she got out and went with a party with a different vision , and thank god it was not the ndp , i will be voting for her next time

  • Dave Giffin
    January 31, 2013 - 14:57

    You received my vote as a Conservative Representative the last Election and would never have received it representing the Liberal party. The rules should be changed so changes in party after election not allowed. I voted for what the PC party stood for and you betrayed that trust.

    • Me
      January 31, 2013 - 15:25

      You shouldnt vote by party lines anyways, you should vote for who you think is the best candidate. So I don't feel sorry for you