ELECTION 2017 - Matt Chapin recently announced his intention to run for Red Deer City Council in 2017. Todd Colin Vaughan/Red Deer Express

Matt Chapin, Freedom Conservative Party candidate for Red Deer-North

Matt Chapin

Freedom Conservative Party

I want to be Red Deer North MLA first, not the Freedom Conservative Party MLA from Red Deer-North.

Our city is not being heard. The government is spending six times a person more in Calgary and Edmonton than what they are spending per person in Red Deer.

I cannot promise anything, except that I will fight for Red Deer and central Alberta.

We don’t just need an expansion on our hospital, we need a second hospital built here in our great city.

Since I have run in city elections, I already have a relationship with city hall that will allow me to serve you all better.

I will hold town hall meetings for all votes to know how you want me to vote.

My name is Matt Chapin and I want to fight and stand up for Red Deer.

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