A Game? Christmas? No, it’s the Battle for our Future

September 11, 2019

Hi, I’m Brad Vis, and I’m working hard to earn your trust and your vote in Election 2019.

When news broke yesterday the election writ would be dropped this morning, social media erupted with cheers of “Game On!” The excitement was palpable. Media talking heads were beside themselves, filling the airwaves with speculation and projections of who would “win the game.”

One CBC host even said, “It feels like Christmas!”

There’s only one problem.

Election 2019 is no game. And it’s not Christmas, either.

It’s the battle for our future.

It’s the battle for what kind of Canada we leave our children and grandchildren.

On the current Liberal path, that’s a future of crushing debt, not to mention the destruction of Canada’s oil and gas industry.

That’s no laughing matter.

Neither is the fact the Liberals have no plan to stop gang violence in our cities or stop guns from being smuggled across the border to those gangs.

This election is about the future. Its about the kind of Canada I want my son to grow up in. It’s about the kind of Canada you want your children to grow up in.

It doesn’t get any more serious than this.

Can I count on you to support our positive Conservative message for a brighter future for all Canadians?

Between now and Election day I will keep doing the same thing I’ve done for the past year. I will keep visiting you at your front door. I will keep meeting with you at public events. I will keep working hard to earn your trust, just as I have since the day I became the candidate for Mission—Matsqui—Fraser Canyon.


Because this election is not a game. It’s the most critical decision we will make in a generation.

And that’s no laughing matter.


Brad Vis Signature

Brad Vis
Conservative candidate, Mission—Matsqui—Fraser Canyon



P.S. As my campaign manager said last night, we urgently need to purchase more lawn signs. I couldn’t believe it when he told me we were already out. Everywhere I go, people ask me for them, and right now, I don’t have signs for them. Can you help me?