Adam De Kroon, CHP federal candidate for Cariboo-Prince George riding

CHP federal candidate for Cariboo-Prince George riding

Adam De Kroon

My name is Adam De Kroon and I am the CHP candidate for Cariboo – Prince George. I have lived in Quesnel almost my entire life. I’m 3 years into a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, work in the lumber industry and am involved in different non-profit organizations. I’m running this time around because I think most people, myself included, are unhappy with the Conservative government we’ve had. Under the Conservatives we’ve seen a minimum of 6 deficit budgets and ever increasing intrusion into people’s privacy and freedom. Bill C-51 and other similar legislation that our government has been pushing is a particularly big concern of mine, because it threatens our essential freedoms. If elected I would work to repeal Bill C-51. I support a more limited government and lower taxes in general. Including a reduction in tax on small business to at least as low as 7% and complete income tax exemption for individuals who make under $30,000-$35,000. I believe I am the only candidate supporting smaller government, greater individual liberty, lower taxes and a debt-free Canada. You can Like my Facebook page at facebook.com/adamdekroon2015 for more information about my campaign and what I support.

 

 

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