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Every time P.E.I. PC Party Leadership candidate Dennis King speaks, I am reminded of all that is good about him. He is a natural orator. A true ambassador to P.E.I., adored by all walks of life. A man who has shown different dimensions to his personality, in a very public and symbolic way through his love for UPEI hockey, his story telling for the public. Dennis King is not just running against something, he is running for something. He is running to expand opportunity and running to restore the honour to public service in our province.
It begins on street corners in Charlottetown and front porches in Emyvale, in living rooms in Summerside and meeting halls with ordinary Islanders who see the province as it is and realize that we have it within our power to remake the province as it should be.
Dennis is giving a young people a reason to vote and the young at heart a reason to believe again; he is inspiring this by meeting with NDP leader Joe Byrne and letting public know this is an Islander-first thing not a party-first thing. Slowly I see all Islanders come together again, and we could turn the page on the politics that’s shut us out, let us down, and told us to settle.
I feel that what he is as able to offer us as a party and individual Islander and provide us a united province like something that we have never seen before.
I proudly stand with Dennis King for Leader of the Pei Pc Party on Feb 9th 2019 and eventually our next premier.
Jeffery Warren Reynolds
Proud political analyst