Whether it's Election Day in our community or a vote in Parliament or City Hall, every legal vote must count.
Last year, something went wrong during our federal election. As we have read in the papers and seen on the news, many Canadians, Etobians included, were targeted with lies and dirty tricks, as bad actors attempted to rig our election. Sometimes voters were misled and misdirected so as to take away their right to vote. In other cases, the voting at polls was disrupted.
In Etobicoke Centre, among other things, it is possible that some people voted twice.
Last June, to get to the truth, I took on the fight for our democratic rights. Using my own resources, I challenged last year's election results in Ontario's courts.
On Monday, April 23, the case I have brought forward on behalf of the people of Etobicoke Centre, and all Canadians, will be heard commencing at 10:00 a.m. in Court Room 806, 393 University Ave., Toronto.
If you would like more information about this important issue, please contact my team.
Because your vote matters.
Tel.: (416) 479-4087
(starting April 23)
P.S. Please click on the link to view my interview with Evan Solomon on CBC's Power and Politics this past week.
on Leadnow.ca - À l'Action's timeline.
@LeslieMcKinnon is tweeting the proceedings OR
Use http://monitter.com/ give it time to fill in the tweets.