Monday, August 13, 2018

Doug Elford resigns from Surrey Community Alliance to run with Doug McCallum



Check this out! The Surrey Now Leader is reporting that "Doug Elford confirms he has resigned from the Surrey Community Alliance party he formed to run alongside former mayor Doug McCallum in the upcoming civic election. Elford was president of the newly formed political party that aimed to challenge the reigning Surrey First party in the Oct. 20 election, before deciding to run with the former mayor instead."

“Surrey is at a crossroads,” Elford told the Now-Leader. “We cannot continue down the path of special favours for developers to the detriment of affordability. No more closed door meetings, overseas junkets and financial mismanagement. “It’s time to get this city back on a path of affordability, crime reduction, increased transparency and financial strength,” he added. “The best way to do that is getting rid of Surrey First and the person with the best chance is Doug McCallum.” Holy Hulk Smash Batman. Welcome to the Wild Wild West yo.



Gentlemen may cry peace peace but there is no peace. The war is already begun.

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Doug Elford debating crime with Tom Gill is like the Hulk throwing Loki around like a rag doll.



Tom Gill showed the media private text messages from Barbra Steele

Tom Gill is is part of the problem. He is not part of the solution

3 comments:

  1. perhaps Elford has read the tea leaves and decided to ride McCallum's coat tails to victory if Elford makes it onto council and McCallum doesn't it gives Elford a better shot at the Mayor's chair in 4 years. Yes, I know I'm a synic but after watching politcs for 60 yrs, you get some what suspcious

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    1. Doug Elford is solid. He was the only one in the SCA I endorsed because of his background in crime reduction in Newton. That is Doug McCallum's specialty so it's natural that Doug Elford would gravitate towards Doug McCallum. You are also correct in that when McCallum eventually does retire Elford would be a in a position to pick up the gavel and carry it on as mayor so it's definitely a win win situation

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  2. O.K., thank you for the information regarding Elford and his views on crime reduction. That is always such a good thing and so needed.

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