Cody Lanoue - Council Candidate

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Cody Lanoue - Council Candidate

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A thread for Cody Lanoue, council candidate.
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Re: Cody Lanoue - Council Candidate

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Time for change.. I'm willing to try anything.. current council is chasing every tourist dollar away from Kelowna. we can not exist on taxes alone!
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Re: Cody Lanoue - Council Candidate

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I think it's great to see people running for council not necessarily with the expectation of winning a seat, but to raise awareness. There are a lot of young people in Kelowna who can't be bothered to participate in the electoral process, and therefore go unrepresented. Perhaps giving them a candidate they can relate to will help change that.
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Re: Cody Lanoue - Council Candidate

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Please list 5 of your top priorities, and how you would deal with each issue if it were completely up to you.
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Re: Cody Lanoue - Council Candidate

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This forum that matches people with candidates disturbs me. If you will note, those candidates with the most experience and hands on knowledge, get negative reviews. Those who have no experience are number one in the total responses. Take a look at the person who received the greatest response. His answers to the base questions were not even thought through or complete. And yet, he is rated in the thousands of contacts. Is this really an indication of saying that this review was effective? I don't think so!

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