MP Tom Kmiec seeking Conservative nomination in Calgary Shepard ahead of 2019 Federal Election
Serving the people of Calgary Shepard as Member of Parliament for the past two years has been a great privilege. I was honoured by the strong support I received during the last election earning the support of 43,706 voters, more than any other winning candidate in Calgary.
I have fought hard on behalf of constituents including obtaining an emergency debate on the Alberta jobs crisis, co-sponsoring a motion to give taxpayers enforceable rights against the Canada Revenue Agency, and working on the Foreign Affairs committee report that led to passage of the Magnitsky Act. Ranked 6th out of 338 MPs in the Maclean’s Figures of Speech for words spoken in Parliament; I will continue to defend the interests of Calgarians.
In Parliament, I am humbled by the trust placed in me by my leader, the Honourable Andrew Scheer, as the Deputy Shadow Minister for Finance. I have also served on the Foreign Affairs committee and currently serve on the Finance committee defending the interests of Albertans.
There’s still more work to be done and as we inch closer to the 2019 federal election, it is fair that I state and express my intention to seek the Conservative Party of Canada nomination once again as well as re-election in the next general election as Member of Parliament for Calgary Shepard.
I look forward to earn, once again, the trust and votes of the residents of Calgary Shepard, and the opportunity to continue to work hard on their behalf.
In your service,
Tom Kmiec, M.P.