Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 | Alberta Party, Calgary-Elbow, Election, Featured
My name is Greg Clark, and I want to continue as your MLA in Calgary-Elbow.
Serving my neighbours has been the honour of my lifetime, and I will work hard to earn your trust again this election. Local representation matters; as the ONLY candidate in Elbow who actually lives in the constituency, I’m able to stand up for your issues, because they’re my issues too.
This election matters for Elbow, and it matters for Alberta. The noisy left and angry right would have you believe that there are only two choices. Either you care about the economy OR you care about people. I care about both, and I think that most Albertans stand with me.
Please make a commitment to vote in this election. Make this commitment to vote FOR something – a future where Alberta gets back to a balanced budget, moves forward on social issues and doesn’t leave people behind. Let’s do this together! If you’d like to learn more or get involved in my campaign, visit www.greg-clark.ca where you can volunteer, get a lawn sign or help financially.
My campaign office is open and we would love to see you!
Monday to Friday from 10am to 8pm Saturday and Sunday 10am to 5pm
2409 33 Ave SW (the old Smiling Buddha Tattoo)
Thursday, February 28th, 2019 | Alberta Party, Greg In The News, Press Release
“I’ve said it before, but the government is basically using the power of their imagination to make their path to balance. The update on that plan they provided today, an overtly political pamphlet tacked on to the actual Q3 numbers, confirms how unrealistic it is.
The entirety of their plan consists of holding expenses flat, an unlikely move for this government, and having resource revenue increase until the deficit is gone.
They’re using the uncertainty of the energy market to cover for a number they pulled out of thin air, a number that just happened to balance their budget for them.”
Click here to read the full press release.
Monday, February 25th, 2019 | Alberta Party, Calgary-Elbow, Featured
What a day! Thank you to our neighbours and everyone who came out yesterday to celebrate the launch of the Calgary-Elbow office for Greg Clark. We have an incredible, dynamic and diverse team who really care about our province.
Thank you again, your support really matters!
Friday, February 15th, 2019 | Alberta Party, Calgary-Elbow, Volunteer
Want to get involved in Greg’s campaign and join our great team? We have two volunteer positions that we’re looking to fill for the upcoming election. If you’re interested send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out our volunteer form.
We have a team, we need a coordinator and someone to look after where signs go when the writ drops…
Do you like pounding stakes into frozen ground?
Do you have a truck?
We need YOU!!!
We have a team of 4 great people who are willing to look after installing lawn signs.
Are you kinda techy?
We have a long list of folks who want to make an endorsement video for Greg….we need someone to contact them, show them a few examples, then get them to send their video in!
Let me know if you need anything more formal for the website
If you want to join our team or learn more about both positions, us our volunteer form to get intouch.
Friday, February 15th, 2019 | Opinion, Press Release
The NDP won’t always be government, the UCP won’t always be a big opposition (remember what is now the UCP started with just a single MLA), and for sure the Alberta Party won’t always be a small party.
But Alberta will always need capable opposition, and the resources required to hold government accountable and to propose better ideas.
Today, the NDP and UCP conspired to cut research funding to the Alberta Party caucus by 60% and cut independent MLA funding by 37%, while at the same time increasing the NDP budget and keeping the UCP flat.
This is especially rich given that at four separate times in Alberta history the NDP have had only two MLAs, including in 1982 under Grant Notley. Oh, and 2008 when Rachel Notley and Brian Mason were the only two ND MLAs.
No government (or opposition) should change the rules to further their own narrow, short-term interests. But that’s what the NDP and UCP did today. It’s shameful and wrong, and Albertans won’t stand for it.
The NDs had an opportunity to update the rules that govern the structure and function of the Legislature for a generation. Instead, they chose to collude with the UCP to lock in their perceived advantage.
It’s a sad day for democracy.
Click here to read the full press release.