Majority will allow Conservatives to focus on "what's important to Canadians

Community May 02, 2011 Flamborough Review

Review staffer Catherine O'Hara reports that the mood is jubilant at the Old Mill in Ancaster, where David Sweet supporters have gathered to celebrate his return to Ottawa.

The incumbent Conservative MP noted that "It feels great" to be re-elected with such a strong showing at the polls.

"It helps us focus on the economy; that's what we said going into this election," said Sweet. "People wanted us to focus on the economy."

He also noted that the national Conservative majority means a stronger mandate for the party. "It stops this whole cycle of election after election," he said.  "Now we can stay focused on what's important to Canadians."

Sweet indicated that he  plans to reintroduce his private member's bill regarding victim impact statements when Parliament resumes.

Majority will allow Conservatives to focus on "what's important to Canadians

Community May 02, 2011 Flamborough Review

Review staffer Catherine O'Hara reports that the mood is jubilant at the Old Mill in Ancaster, where David Sweet supporters have gathered to celebrate his return to Ottawa.

The incumbent Conservative MP noted that "It feels great" to be re-elected with such a strong showing at the polls.

"It helps us focus on the economy; that's what we said going into this election," said Sweet. "People wanted us to focus on the economy."

He also noted that the national Conservative majority means a stronger mandate for the party. "It stops this whole cycle of election after election," he said.  "Now we can stay focused on what's important to Canadians."

Sweet indicated that he  plans to reintroduce his private member's bill regarding victim impact statements when Parliament resumes.

Majority will allow Conservatives to focus on "what's important to Canadians

Community May 02, 2011 Flamborough Review

Review staffer Catherine O'Hara reports that the mood is jubilant at the Old Mill in Ancaster, where David Sweet supporters have gathered to celebrate his return to Ottawa.

The incumbent Conservative MP noted that "It feels great" to be re-elected with such a strong showing at the polls.

"It helps us focus on the economy; that's what we said going into this election," said Sweet. "People wanted us to focus on the economy."

He also noted that the national Conservative majority means a stronger mandate for the party. "It stops this whole cycle of election after election," he said.  "Now we can stay focused on what's important to Canadians."

Sweet indicated that he  plans to reintroduce his private member's bill regarding victim impact statements when Parliament resumes.