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Thread: The Battlegrounds of the 2019 Election

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    The Battlegrounds of the 2019 Election

    Our fellow CGN Members and Canadian Firearms enthusiasts!

    As the fall approaches us with the election imminent, we ask that we all stand together and support one another with one common goal in mind; to enable the Conservative party to win the next Federal election. You have options to choose from when supporting a firearms organization to be your voice of support in this fight. All three organizations, the CCFR, CSSA and the NFA all bring different ideas, views and experiences to the table in our fight to protect our firearm ownership. We at Wolverine Supplies have been involved with all organizations at varying levels over the years, now is not the time as individuals to cause rifts between us, now is the time to stand united!

    Are you aware that over 70 seats in the last Federal election were won by 5% or less? If you live in one of these ridings or know people who live in these ridings now is the time to talk with them, their friends, their neighbours. You can’t afford to be idle you need to speak up now and share your views. Regardless of your firearm passion from the recreational “plinker”, the hunter, the pistol shooter, the shotgunner, to the long range shooter you need to speak now!

    Join a shooting organization, talk to your neighbour, ensure you and everyone you know votes! Now is the time to Act!!!

    70 ridings won by 5% or less in 2015

    Riding, MP (margin of win %)

    St. John’s East, N.L., Liberal MP Nick Whalen (1.4%)

    Fundy Royal, N.B., Liberal MP Alaina Lockhart (3.8%)

    Abitibi-Baie-James-Nunavik-Eeyou, Que., NDP MP Romeo Saganash (4.9%)

    Beloeil-Chambly, Que., NDP MP Matthew Dubé (1.7%)

    Chicoutimi-Le Fjord, Que., Liberal MP Denis Lemieux (1.4%)

    Drummond, Que., NDP MP Francois Choquette (3.9%)

    Hochelaga, Que., NDP MP Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet (1.0%)

    Jonquière, Que., NDP MP Karine Trudel (0.7%)

    La Pointe-de-l’Île, Que., Bloc MP Mario Beaulieu (5.0%)

    Lac-Saint Jean, Que., Conservative MP Denis Lebel (4.8%)

    Laurentides-Labelle, Que., Liberal MP David Graham (2.4%)

    Longueuil-Saint-Hubert, Que., NDP MP Pierre Nantel (1.2%)

    Mirabel, Que., Bloc MP Simon Marcil (1.4%)

    Montarville, Que., Liberal MP Michel Picard (4.1%)

    Montmagny-L’Islet-Kamouraska-Riviere-du-Loup, Que., Conservative MP Bernard Généroux (0.6%)

    Pierre-Boucher-Les Patriotes-Vercheres, Que., Bloc MP Xavier Barsalou-Duval (0.4%)

    Québec, Que., Liberal MP Jean-Yves Duclos (1.9%)

    Rivière-des-Mille-Îles, Que., Liberal MP Linda Lapointe (2.9%)

    Riviere-du-Nord, Que., Bloc MP Rhéal Fortin (1.9%)

    Saint-Hyacinthe-Bagot, Que., NDP MP Brigitte Sansoucy (1.1%)

    Saint-Jean, Que., Liberal MP Jean Rioux (4.1%)

    Salaberry-Suroit, Que., NDP MP Anne Quach (1.3%)

    Terrebonne, Que., Bloc MP Michel Boudrias (5.0%)

    Trois-Rivières, Que., NDP MP Robert Aubin (1.6%)

    Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill, Ont., Liberal MP Leona Alleslev (2.1%)

    Barrie-Springwater-Oro-Medonte, Ont., Conservative MP Alex Nuttall (0.2%)

    Burlington, Ont., Liberal MP Karina Gould (3.5%)

    Cambridge, Ont., Liberal MP Bryan May (4.5%)

    Carleton, Ont., Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre (3.1%)

    Flamborough-Glanbrook, Ont., Conservative MP David Sweet (4.3%)

    Hamilton Mountain, Ont., NDP MP Scott Duvall (2.4%)

    Chatham-Kent-Leamington, Ont., Conservative MP Dave Van Kesteren (4.5%)

    Davenport, Ont. Liberal MP Julie Dzerowicz (2.9%)

    Hastings-Lennonx and Addington, Ont., Liberal MP Mike Bossio (0.5%)

    Kenora, Ont., Liberal MP Bob Nault (1.6%)

    King-Vaughan, Ont., Liberal MP Deb Schulte (3.2%)

    Kitchener-Conestoga, Ont., Conservative MP Harold Albrecht (0.5%)

    Milton, Ont., Conservative MP Lisa Raitt (4.9%)

    Newmarket-Aurora, Ont., Liberal MP Kyle Peterson (2.6%)

    Niagara Centre, Ont., Liberal MP Vance Badawey (4.2%)

    Nickel Belt, Ont., Liberal MP Marc Serré (5.0%)

    Northumberland-Peterborough South, Ont., Liberal MP Kim Rudd (3.0%)

    Oakville North-Burlington, Ont., Liberal MP Pam Damoff (3.4%)

    Ottawa Centre, Ont., Liberal MP Catherine McKenna (4.1%)

    Parkdale-High Park, Ont., Liberal MP Arif Virani (1.8%)

    Parry Sound-Muskoka, Ont., Conservative MP Tony Clement (4.4%)

    Richmond Hill, Ont., Liberal MP Majid Jowhari (3.6%)

    Simcoe North, Ont., Conservative MP Bruce Stanton (3.7%)

    Toronto-Danforth, Ont., Liberal MP Julie Dabrusin (2.2%)

    Vaughan-Woodbridge, Ont., Liberal MP Francesco Sorbara (4.9%)

    Whitby, Ont., Liberal MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes (2.9%)

    York Centre, Ont., Liberal MP Michael Levitt (2.9%)

    Churchill-Keewatinook Aski, Man., NDP MP Niki Ashton (3.0%)

    Elmwood-Transcona, Man., NDP Daniel Blaikie (0.1%)

    Kildonan-St. Paul, Man., Liberal MP MaryAnn Mihychuk (2.8%)

    Desenthé-Missinippi-Churchill River, Sask., NDP MP Georgina Jolibois (0.3%)

    Regina-Lewvan, Sask., NDP MP Erin Weir (0.3%)

    Calgary Centre, Alta., Liberal MP Kent Hehr (1.2%)

    Calgary Confederation, Alta., Conservative MP Len Webber (2.4%)

    Edmonton Centre, Alta., Liberal MP Randy Boissonnault (2.2%)

    Edmonton Mill Woods, Alta., Liberal MP Amarjeet Sohi (0.2%)

    Burnaby South, B.C., NDP MP Kennedy Stewart (1.2%)

    Central Okanagan-Similkameen-Nicola, B.C., Conservative MP Dan Albas (2.4%)

    Coquitlam-Port Coquitlam, B.C., Liberal MP Ron McKinnon (3.3%)

    Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo, B.C., Conservative MP Cathy McLeod (4.5%)

    Kootenay-Columbia, B.C., NDP MP Wayne Stetski (0.4%)

    Mission –Matsqui-Fraser Canyon, B.C., Liberal MP Jati Sidhu (2.3%)

    Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge, B.C., Liberal MP Dan Ruimy (2.5%)

    Richmond Centre, B.C., Conservative MP Alice Wong (2.8%)

    South Surrey-White Rock, B.C., Conservative MP Dianne Lynn Watts (2.5%)
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    Good info.

    Those swing ridings in BC's lower mainland are interesting because they are traditionally populated by 1st and 2nd generation ethnic-minority immigrants who are social conservatives but get won-over by the (centrist) provincial liberal party. Now that the liberals have applied taxation on unoccupied property (the #1 investment of wealthy Asian immigrant families) they've lost a lot of supporters. Should see a few ridings drift blue next time.
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    Thank you Wolverine303.

    1. Mind if I share your list?
    2. How can we help the Conartists in these ridings defeat the red menace Lieberals, Dipsters and Watermelons?

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    The thing is no body goes out to vote.
    FYI just to bring out a point I vote with my firearms license

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    we have to push hard in this riding ---> Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo, B.C., Conservative MP Cathy McLeod (4.5%)
    The Liberals are running Terry Lake against her this time and a lot of brain dead people might vote for that piece of trash.

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    Fantastic info shared here, thanks for putting this together! Hopefully it can help to channel some of our focus/effort to be more efficient.
    Silence in the face of tyranny is an endorsement of it.
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    this should be stickied till the election.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raypoh View Post
    The thing is no body goes out to vote.
    FYI just to bring out a point I vote with my firearms license
    Speak for yourself! I vote

    But good on you for using your PAL

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    Thanks Wolverine .303, I have passed this on to my club in Burlington.

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    CGN Regular Shorerider's Avatar
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    I know my riding in BC is in that list and I spoke with several people who were standing in line to vote when Trudumb was announce as prime minister so they walked away without voting. As someone else mentioned the lack of a conservative provincial government sways a lot of people to vote liberal both federally and provincially. Provincially the liberals are a way better choice than the alternatives.

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