Green Party leader speaks in Charlottetown


Future Green Party voters look on as Green leader Elizabeth May speaks on the steps of the Province House on Friday.


      I don’t know if you know this, but I am going to win my seat, said Green Party Leader Elizabeth May in Charlottetown on Friday, October, 3, 2008.

     May visited the Charlottetown Province House in an attempt to gain the support of P.E.I. voters, 12 hours after she took part in the federal candidate debate in Ottawa.

     We are about much more than just the environment. We are about the grassroots, and our wish is to eliminate poverty in this country, she said.

     “I want to get rid of income tax for anyone who earns under $20,000 a year. Taxes off of people and on polluters.”

     We are going to take this country back and bring forth the true ideals of democracy and restore this planet, she said.

     “We have to take action now. For our children and our grandchildren.” 




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