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13 June 2018

Patrick Huot, Liberal candidate in the riding of Vanier-les Rivières

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En route to the 2018 general election

Québec City, June 13, 2018. – Surrounded by several MNAs, candidates, activists and supporters, Patrick Huot was nominated as the official candidate for the Quebec Liberal Party (QLP) in the riding of Vanier-Les Rivières for the upcoming 2018 general election. The nomination meeting took place at the Centre d’art La Chapelle in the Vanier neighbourhood.

Today, I am officially announcing my candidacy in the upcoming election. The people of Vanier-Les Rivières like to know that their MNA is ardently fighting for their interests, and this is exactly the work I will continue to do for them. I have always been approachable, available and attentive to the needs of its residents, whom I proudly represent in the National Assembly.

Patrick Huot, MNA for Vanier-Les Rivières and Liberal candidate in the 2018 general election.

Note that the Liberal government has balanced our public finances to give us the means to invest more in our priorities. Since May 2014, more than 229,500 jobs have been created in Québec; the unemployment rate has been at an all-time low for several months; over 1,000,000 Quebecers now have access to a family doctor; taxes have decreased; and major investments have been made, particularly in health and education.

My political engagement has always been linked to my desire to improve my constituents’ quality of life by ensuring that they have access to nearby quality services. I am proud of my record in the last few years in Vanier-Les Rivières and of our government’s achievements in the Capitale-Nationale region.

Patrick Huot, MNA for Vanier-Les Rivières and Liberal candidate in the 2018 general election.