Tag Archives: Jim Carr

Surviving 70+ days of an election campaign

It’s not easy to survive over 70 days of election campaigning. Not only are you working under extremely stressful circumstances, which would be taxing in itself, but you’re also being pulled in multiple directions. You can have anywhere from 5 … Continue reading

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Top 5 things I’m thankful for

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I thought I would write the top 5 things I’m thankful this holiday: I live in a country with a free and democratic political system. I am encouraged to follow my passion in working in partisan politics. … Continue reading

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AP Night #2

AP = Advance Polls. Today was night two of the advance poll weekend. According to CBC, 850,000 people voted in the advance polls yesterday. Let’s just let this sink in how incredible is this. In 2011, there was 61% voter … Continue reading

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You’ve got a problem when …

You get all the way home from the campaign office (which is 20 minutes away) but don’t actually remember locking the door. So you head back to the office only to find that yes, you did lock the door. Jim, … Continue reading

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Youth aren’t our future…

They are our present. That’s a phrase that I heard several times back when Justin Trudeau made school presentations in Manitoba, before he was an MP. It struck me as inspiring then, but as I’ve grown up I see its … Continue reading

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