Vote for progress that considers people before profits. Vote CCFR!
In many ways, the Coalition for a Citizen-Friendly Regina has already succeeded – we’ve sparked a genuine debate about the choices we face, and about what sort of city we’d like to build. But the outcome of the municipal and school board elections on Wednesday, October 25 is incredibly important. Regina citizens can make a positive difference. Vote
Ten extremely qualified CCFR candidates are seeking your support, and a
number of the races are sure to be extremely close – 200, 100, even 20 votes
could tip the balance one way or the other. Your vote matters.
Even just two or three CCFR victories will ensure that voices of reason will
be able to make themselves heard in the next city council and public school board.
Polls are open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, October 25. For information on where to vote visit the City of Regina election web page.
Encourage others to vote
Call three close friends and ask them if they’re planning on voting. Tell
them how you’ll be voting, and why. Encourage them to vote. If they don’t
have transportation, offer to drive them to the poll.
Celebrate with us
After the polls close on Wednesday evening, come out to the Exchange (2431 8th Ave.) to join with other CCFR members to relax and celebrate our many victories.