Friday, 26 August 2011

MLA Bob Bromley Running in Weledeh Riding

Weledeh MLA Bob Bromley is seeking re-election to his seat in the NWT Legislative Assembly.

I’m asking Weledeh voters to return me to the Assembly so I can carry forward the work of my first term,” MLA Bromley says.

My vision remains the same. We need a unified approach to promoting sustainable, local economies, to protecting the environment, and to meeting our people’s social and cultural needs,” MLA Bromley says.

Much has been achieved since 2007 and I feel I have earned the respect and cooperation of my fellow MLAs. My first term experience has taught me the lessons of putting priorities into action.”

MLA Bromley says, “the concerns that motivated me to run in 2007 continue to demand important attention, underscored by the lingering economic uncertainties of today. “

We need a plan for the long-term stability of the Weledeh and NWT economies, safe from boom and bust. Action on climate change and improved environmental stewardship are critical. We need comprehensive action to realize the NWT’s incredible potential for a vibrant and strong social fabric. These issues are intimately connected, and addressing them must be based on financially responsible action.”

I built support among my colleagues for a comprehensive approach to government action, and I want to now put that support to best use with ongoing emphasis on prevention and meaningful solutions. “

The work of the 16th Assembly is not over yet, and I'll be working hard in the final, August session on the priorities still before us—the Wildlife Act, Heritage Fund Act, Motor Vehicles Act, Cost of Credit Disclosure Act, and our fiscal situation.”

Details of MLA Bromley’s campaign platform will be announced at the official launch of his campaign in late August.

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