Who do ya think you’re kidding?

Who do the BC Conservatives think they’re fooling with their by-election signs

Dear editor:

Who do the BC Conservatives think they’re fooling with their by-election signs in the Port Moody-Coquitlam and Chilliwack-Hope ridings?

These signs are clearly, and shamefully, designed to mimic the appearance of election signs used by the federal Conservative party.

The BC Conservative party is not affiliated with the federal Conservative party.

The two are completely separate, just as the centre-right BC Liberal party is completely separate from the federal Liberal party.

The federal Conservatives have publicly shunned the BC Conservative party and want nothing to do with them.

All centre-right voters should do the same and not be fooled by a pale imitation trying to pass itself off as the real thing.

Mike Taylor Port Moody, B.C.


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