Conservative Party of Canada announces candidate for Kitchener South—Hespeler

November 20, 2023
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

OTTAWA, ON – The Conservative Party of Canada is pleased to announce Dr. Matt Strauss as the new common sense Conservative candidate in Kitchener South—Hespeler. Critical Care Doctor, Matt Strauss, believes in uniting for freedom and common sense. In his hometown of Hespeler, Strauss will bring home Pierre Poilievre’s plan for powerful paycheques that buy affordable food and homes in safe neighbourhoods.

“I know the people of Kitchener South-Hespeler are looking for hope and are desperate for change. Justin Trudeau’s reckless policies have made life harder and forced people in my community to pay more and get less in return. Under the leadership of Pierre Poilievre, we’re going to change that,” said Strauss.

After 8 years of Justin Trudeau, hardworking Canadians are struggling just to afford fuel, food, and shelter. Only a Common Sense Conservative government led by Pierre Poilievre will right this ship and put Canadians back in control of their lives by axing the carbon tax once and for all, building homes you can afford, and capping wasteful and inflationary deficit spending. Dr. Matt Strauss will be a tremendous asset to the team and a strong advocate for the people of Kitchener South—Hespeler.

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