PIRATE PARTY CANDIDATE SAY DISAFFECTED VOTERS THE BIGGEST ISSUE IN PARRY SOUND-MUSKOKA
The Pirate Party wants more people to vote in federal elections.
Parry Sound-Muskoka candidate Duncan Bell say the biggest issue in our riding is that more people don’t come out to vote.
Bell explains what his party wants to do to help change the way we vote to help increase the number of voters.
He is running against incumbent Conservative candidate Tony Clement, Liberal Trisha Cowie, NDP Matt McCarthy, Green Glen Hodgson, Marxist-Leninist Albert Gray Smith, and Canada Action Gordie Merton.
The election is scheduled for Monday, October 19th.
(Story Submitted By James King)