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Toubis gets the nod as Conservative candidate in King-Vaughan

July 30, 2014   ·   0 Comments

Toubis casualBy Mark Pavilons
Konstantin Toubis will carry the Conservative banner into next year’s federal election.
Toubis became the Conservative candidate to represent the new riding of King-Vaughan, during the nomination meeting July 24 in Vaughan.
For the last seven months, the Vaughan resident has been campaigning throughout the riding and Conservative members in King-Vaughan gave him their stamp of approval.
“I’m happy and excited to represent the Conservative Party in King-Vaughan for the 2015 election,” Toubis said. “I know residents in King-Vaughan want a government that will focus on lowering taxes, creating quality jobs, and growing a stronger economy, and that’s why we’re better off with Prime Minister Stephen Harper.”
He’s was both excited and humbled by the strong show of support at the nomination meeting, and the efforts of his “great team.”
“It’s amazing,” he observed.
He knows the riding and the party well, having helped Julian Fantino in his successful election. Toubis also ran for a municipal council seat in Toronto in 2010.
This is his first shot at federal politics and his priority is to meet the people of King. He’s anxious to serve his constituents and he sees the role of MP not as one of power, but of responsibility in helping taxpayers.
The key issues are maintaining the strong economy that the Harper government has helped, and keeping taxes low.
Toubis plans to continue working hard right up until the next election in October 2015 when he says Canadians will have a choice between the strong, stable leadership of Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party of Canada, or the poor judgment of Justin Trudeau.
“Over the next year, I look forward to discussing the issues and priorities of the hard-working families in King-Vaughan such as keeping our streets and communities safe and drug free, and keeping taxes low,” Toubis concluded.
The real estate broker has lived in Vaughan for the past 16 years. He’s married with children.

         

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