Posted: Fri Aug 28, 2009 12:46 am Post subject: Wildrose Alliance Party has momentum in Calgary Glenmore by-
Thursday August 27, 2009
Wildrose Alliance Party has momentum in Calgary Glenmore by-election.
For Immediate Release
In a Dycap Research poll commissioned by the Paul Hinman campaign, it has been found that voters in Calgary Glenmore are preparing to send Premier Ed Stelmach a message.
When asked on August 26th “If the upcoming provincial by-election in Calgary Glenmore were held today, which provincial party would you vote for?” 19 % of respondents selected the Wildrose Alliance party, a 7% increase from a poll commissioned in late June.
Conversely, Ed Stelmach’s Progressive Conservative Party dropped 12% in voter preference while the number of voters indicating “Undecided” grew from 18% to 23%.
The growth in support for the Wildrose Alliance Party has been most evident at the doors in Calgary Glenmore.
“Every day I am meeting people who were lifelong supporters of the PC party who are now embracing the Wildrose Alliance Party as the common sense alternative to the Stelmach government” said Paul Hinman. “A common message I am hearing while at the doors is people saying “I am not abandoning the PC party, the PC party with Ed at the helm has abandoned me.”.”
With weeks left in the campaign it is clear that voters are ready to Send Ed a Message on voting day Monday, September 14th.
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Wildrose Alliance Party has momentum in Calgary Glenmore by-