Cameron Stoltz, a city councillor from Prince George, has announced he is seeking the nomination for the federal Conservative party for Prince George – Peace River.
Stoltz has served as a city councillor in Prince George since 2008 and sits on the City’s Finance and Audit commitee, the Downtown Partenrship and the Library Board. He says that these experiences make him ready to impact politics at the national level.
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Stoltz has lived in Northeastern B.C. for 43 years and has owned a small business in the region for 19 years. He says his familiarity with the region makes him the candidate to best represent the riding.
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Stoltz is seeking the nomination to replace the retiring incumbent, Jay Hill, who announced his retirement earlier this week.
Stoltz is the fourth person to declare his intention to run for the Conservative candidate nomination.
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