ELECTION PROFILES: Red Deer candidates explain why you should vote for them

Get to know your Red Deer candidates better in advance of Tuesday’s provincial election day.

Each candidate was invited to submit a profile of up to 300 words.

Red Deer-North candidates

Matt Chapin, Freedom Conservative Party

Paul Hardy, Alberta Party

Adriana LaGrange, United Conservative Party

Michael Neufeld, Alberta Independence Party

Kim Schreiner, Alberta NDP

Red Deer South candidates

Teah-Jay Cartwright, Freedom Conservative Party

Lori Curran, Green Party of Alberta

Ryan McDougall, Alberta Party

Barb Miller, Alberta NDP

Jason Stephan, United Conservative Party

Stay informed on election day

A record number of Albertans have cast ballots at the advanced polls for the provincial election.

While the option to vote anywhere in the province is certainly behind some of the numbers, the high interest suggests Tuesday’s election day will bear close watching.

The Red Deer Advocate’s news team will be providing coverage throughout the day, from when the polls open to the anxious evening hours spent awaiting the results.

Visit reddeeradvocate.com for the most up-to-date information on election day, or any day.

Wednesday’s print edition of the Advocate will be chock full of articles and photographs chronicling this important electi0n.

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