Manitoba New Democrats Pay Off Party Debt

Winnipeg, MB – Manitoba’s New Democratic Party announced today it has cleared outstanding debt from the 2016 election.

In year-end fundraising, the party brought in $82,500, almost twice what was raised in that same period in 2016.

NDP Leader Wab Kinew said that all money raised will now be about the 2020 election, to challenge Pallister’s agenda of cuts.

“Manitoba New Democrats are starting fresh, with renewed energy and a new direction. Moving forward, our party is focused on building towards the next election, to deliver the health care plan for the future that Manitobans want and to put a stop to Pallister’s cuts.

Since running for leader, Kinew has visited 56 of 57 constituencies, and will be visiting Morden-Winkler this spring. He is continuing his province-wide health care listening tour, which to date has held stops throughout Manitoba, in Winnipeg, Boissevain, Brandon, and Churchill.

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