Campaign spending consultation on Apr. 1

MLA Jackie Tegart wants everyone to know that the Special Committee on Local Elections Expense Limit will be in Kamloops on Apr. 1.

Dear Editor

As part of its consultation process on Limits on Campaign Spending by Candidates and third party advertisers during local elections, the Special Committee on Local Elections Expense Limits will be visiting the community of Kamloops on Wednesday, April 1 and will be meeting in Salon A, Holiday Inn and Suites at 675 Tranquille Road from 4-7 pm.

There are still presentation times available. In order to reserve a presentation time, please contact the office at 260 356-2933, or toll-free in BC at 1 877 428-8337 at the earliest opportunity. A conference call option is available should you have difficulty attending the hearing in person.

Further information on the work of the Committee is available on the Committee’s website at  The public is also invited to participate in the public consultation process by making a written submission to the Committee, including by responding to an online survey.

Jackie Tegart, MLA


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