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Libertarian Party declares Foothills candidate for federal election

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Cory Morgan of Priddis will represent the Libertarian Party of Canada in the Foothills riding in the next federal election.

Cory Morgan has been chosen to represent the Libertarian Party of Canada in the Foothills riding in the next federal election.
Morgan is a life-long Albertan who has worked as an oilfield surveyor for most of his career and is now employed by a company based in Turner Valley.
“Small government and the protection of property rights have always been key values for us in southern Alberta,” said Morgan. “We unfortunately haven’t seen these values reflected by our current representative in Ottawa.”
The Libertarian Party of Canada recently unveiled a comprehensive platform with a focus on tax reduction for all Canadians and specific plans to reduce the size and scope of government.
“Albertans want to see their tax dollars spent wisely by government,” Morgan said. “Despite electing governments that claim fiscal responsibility, we see ongoing policies of corporate welfare and deficit financing which are harming us now and will indebt generations.”
Morgan was born in Red Deer in 1971, raised in Banff and now resides in Priddis, Alberta.
He was a founding member of the Wildrose Party and has served in the provincial executive positions of vice-president of policy and southern zone director since the party’s inception.
Morgan ran for the Wildrose Party in Calgary Mountainview in 2008 and assisted in the formation of dozens of new Alberta constituency associations as a provincial director.
Morgan has travelled North America extensively for the last 20 years working as a survey consultant in the field of energy exploration.
“We couldn’t have nominated a better candidate for this riding,” Libertarian Party leader Tim Moen said. “Cory’s passion and his dedication make him the perfect candidate to represent constituents in Ottawa.”
Morgan is looking forward to advancing the cause of liberty in the federal riding of Foothills, which was formerly Macleod.
“Moen’s responsible and pragmatic approach to governance really impressed me,” Morgan said. “We truly do have an alternative federally and I look forward to presenting that alternative to voters in Foothills.”

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