Dashi Zargani

NDP candidate in the Waverley Winnipeg race.

Dashi can be reached on social media, at dashi.zargani@mbndp.ca, or by calling 431-451-8934.

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Questionnaire Response

Dashi Zargani - Waverley

1. Why did you decide to run in the Manitoba election?

I am running because I care deeply about our community in Waverley and Manitoba. The PC government has thrown our healthcare, K – 12, and post-secondary education systems into chaos. They had cancelled the two schools and personal home care that supposed to be built in 2016 in Bridgewater Neighbourhood. As a resident of the community since 2010, I believe that we were underrepresented on Broadway.

2. Why should a voter consider electing you to represent them?

I am the only candidate living in constituency of Waverley since 2010. I have extensive experience in both the public and private sectors. I have the appropriate education, skills, and experience to confidently represent the residents of Waverley in the legislature. My family and I know exactly the issues that we are facing in Waverley. I believe strongly that I am the best to represent my community and speak for all issues that affect our families in Waverley.

3. What key issue(s) / topic(s) will you stand for in your role as MLA, and why are these important to you?

I believe that the most concerns for voters in Waverley are local public school, childcare spaces in our community, Health care for all us, and local representation on Broadway.

4. Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?

I am ready to give back to our community and help build a progressive yet inclusive society. Together we will work hard, we will help to build a better future for Manitoba, with focus on Waverley Constituency. Together we can stop the PCs from further damaging our province. On September 10, vote NDP.

News that mentions Dashi Zargani

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Southwest Winnipeg sticks with incumbents

September 16, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...voters in Waverley with 3,265 ballots cast in his favour, or 50.03 per cent, according to unofficial results from Elections Manitoba. The NDP’s Dashi Zargani was a distant second with 1,865 votes, Liberal candidate Fiona Haftani came in third with 1,070, and the Green Party of Manitoba’s candidate James...

Reyes seeks to represent Waverley

August 19, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...Forest and Bridgwater Lakes were formerly represented by premier Brian Pallister, MLA for Fort Whyte. Also running for MLA in Waverley are Dashi Zargani for the New Democrats and Fiona Haftani for the Manitoba Liberal Party. The provincial election is Sept....

Zargani vies for Waverley seat

August 19, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...school-aged children from Bridgwater Forest is running for MLA with the Manitoba New Democratic Party in the newly created electoral division. Dashi Zargani is promising to be a champion for his neighbours if elected to represent Waverley in the upcoming provincial election. Dashi Zargani is promising...

News in brief: Manitoba Liberal Party adds candidates to roster

August 7, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - For unlimited access to the best local, national, and international news and much more, try an All Access Digital subscription:We hope you have enjoyed your trial! Standard All Access Digital rate of $16.99/month begins after first year. The Manitoba Liberal Party has nominated candidates in the electoral divisions of Seine River and Waverley ahead of the Sept. 10 provincial election. Manitoba Liberal Party adds candidates to rosterThe Manitoba Liberal Party has nominated candidates in the electoral divisions of Seine River and Waverley ahead of the Sept. 10 provincial election. Other candidates in the Seine River include Durdana Islam (NDP), Bryanne Lamoureux (Green), and Janice Morley-Lecomte (PC).