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For Immediate Release November 12, 2018

The Alberta Advantage Party (“AAP”) is pleased to announce that on Friday, November 9, 2018 Elections Alberta entered the AAP in the Register of Political Parties.  The AAP is Alberta’s newest officially registered Party.

Marilyn Burns, Leader and David Inscho, President extent gratitude to the dozens of canvassers who collected about 8,600 signatures on a Petition that asked Elections Alberta to register the Party.
Burns states, “Collecting the approximate 8,600 signatures was a tremendous feat.  Albertans have clearly indicated that they want another Party on the ballot in the Spring 2019 election.  Our message and Platform resonated with people all over Alberta as they signed the Petition and wished us luck.”
“We are the only truly democratic and grassroots Party in Alberta.  Our primary Platform is integrity in government, with voters having the right to recall elected MLA’s”, Burns adds.

 

“We are the only truly democratic and grassroots Party in Alberta.  Our primary Platform is integrity in government, with voters having the right to recall elected MLA’s”

Party Leader Marilyn Burns
Inscho strongly believes that Alberta’s greatest asset is the people of Alberta and for far too many years political parties have ignored the people.   He states, “People are what has made this Province what it is today and it is the people of this Province, if given the opportunity, who will make Alberta a prosperous Province for tomorrow.”

“People are what has made this Province what it is today and it is the people of this Province, if given the opportunity, who will make Alberta a prosperous Province for tomorrow.”

Party President David Inscho

The Alberta Advantage Party is holding it’s Annual General Meeting on November 17, 2018 at the Lacombe Memorial Centre, 5214 – 50 Avenue, Lacombe, Alberta.  Members of the media are welcome to attend free of charge.

For further information contact:
Marilyn Burns, Leader:  (780) 803-3403 
David Inscho, President:  (780) 646-2107
Sarah McCullough, Vice-President – Communications: (780) 206-8156