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March 21, 2012

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Canbuhay

Your American readers should know that here in Alberta, we call ourselves Texas North. We're down to earth, approachable and conservative. The PCs were once like that but no more - their governing philosophy is that they know better than us. That's why the PCs who were winning with 60% of the vote will see that support go to the true conservatives, the Wildrose.

I suggest before saying that the Wildrose don't have any big ideas, you go to our website wildrose.ca - You'll read bottom-up policies that ordinary people like me put forward as members of the party.

Chad

When you are a relatively unknown party, as Wildrose is, the first impression you make shouldn't be awkwardly placed wheels on a bus. The upcoming election will show what ideas Wildrose has, and whether PC voters will switch over. Picking up 4 seats since the last election is a sign of some interest.

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