FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 21, 2022
VANCOUVER — ABC Vancouver announced today that the campaign had knocked on its 50,000th door in addition to having already made over 100,000 phone calls to Vancouver voters.
“ABC Vancouver is excited to announce that we have knocked on our 50,000th door,” said ABC Council candidate Lisa Dominato. “For months now, our team of candidates and supporters have been door-knocking and making phone calls every single day.”
In addition to knocking on 50,000 doors, ABC also crossed the threshold of making 100,000 phone calls to voters earlier this week.
We’re proud of the response our team has been getting while connecting with residents,” continued Dominato. “Voters across our city want to bring change to Vancouver — they’re ready to see a return of leadership to City Hall, and they’re ready to see meaningful action on community safety, housing, affordability and quality services that make the city more liveable. We have also been hearing concerns around the plans to bring in a road tax.”
Dominato indicated that ABC Vancouver has no plans of slowing down their operation.
“While we’re excited about how far we’ve come, this is only the beginning,” concluded Dominato. “As we get closer to election day, we will be ramping up our door-knocking with the goal of connecting with every single household in the City.”
ABC Vancouver is the only party in the Vancouver municipal elections running to win majorities on Council, Park Board, and School Board.
ABC Vancouver has nominated nineteen candidates for the October 15th municipal elections; Ken Sim for Mayor; Lenny Zhou, Peter Meiszner, Brian Montague, Mike Klassen, and incumbent City Councillors Rebecca Bligh, Lisa Dominato, and Sarah Kirby-Yung for Council; Brennan Bastyovanszky, Laura Christensen, Angela Haer, Marie-Claire Howard, Scott Jensen, and Jas Virdi for Park Board; Alfred Chien, Preeti Faridkot, Victoria Jung, Christopher Richardson, and Josh Zhang for School Board.
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