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Loren Braul - Borderland
1. Why did you decide to run in the Manitoba election?
In the past number of elections, this area has elected someone who has not played an active role in government. We deserve to have someone from the local area who will have the right and the ability to speak.
Through my role as a lawyer and and on the board of various community groups, I spend a lot of time exploring solutions to complex problems and working collaboratively with others to put those solutions into action. Doing this well requires careful listening, diligent guidance, and creative problem solving. I will take this same approach to my representation of you in the legislation and am committed to fulfilling my responsibilities to you with integrity.
You deserve someone who can work with others to find real solutions. You also deserve someone who will stand up for you and put your concerns and practical solutions on the record. I believe that I have the experience to provide that type of representation and will have a position within the party to speak for you in the legislature.
I want to provide the residents of Borderland with responsible representation in the Legislature.
2. Why should a voter consider electing you to represent them?
My commitment to you is to represent your interests with diligence and integrity, maintain constructive and respectful relationships with fellow MLAs, and in particular MLAs from the area regardless of party, and to state clearly when government action has a negative impact on our area while proposing practical alternatives.
I have the practical skills to allow me to effectively do the job from day one. I am a lawyer and my role is to help people navigate difficult situations. A big part of my job involves concisely identifying the issues and proposing practical solutions and delivering this message in a way that resonates. I can effectively represent the views of people throughout Borderland and find common goals that will help each of us succeed.
3. What key issue(s) / topic(s) will you stand for in your role as MLA, and why are these important to you?
We need a government that partners with local government to allow them to construct the infrastructure necessary for business to thrive. Municipalities need the ability to create long-term plans so they know where to make these investments responsibly and strategically. Every municipality I spoke to during the campaign said they could grow more if they had a more reliable source of funding.
News that mentions Loren Braul
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September 11, 2019
CBC Manitoba - ...applauds Premier Pallister's re-election Tuesday night. Guenter won for the PCs in Borderland. (James Turner/CBC) Prior to beating the Liberals' Loren Braul to take the new southern Manitoba riding of Borderland for the PCs Tuesday night, Josh Guenter has worked as a long-haul trucker. "It's an...
September 11, 2019
CBC Manitoba - ...Conservative party. Guenter, a former constituency assistant in the area, won the riding by nearly 3,700 votes over second-place Liberal candidate Loren Braul. Blair Yakimoski, PC incumbent in Transcona PC incumbent Blair Yakimoski lost out to rookie NDP candidate Nello Altomare in Transcona after...
September 10, 2019
CBC Manitoba - ...Borderland, formerly known as Emerson, CBC News projects Graydon will lose to PC Josh Guenter. He was also up against Liz Cronk of the NDP, Liberal Loren Braul, and Ken Henry with the Green...
September 8, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...incumbent), Josh Guenter (PC), Ken Henry (Green) Candidates: Cliff Graydon (Independent incumbent), Josh Guenter (PC), Liz Cronk (NDP), Loren Braul (Liberal), Ken Henry (Green) Population: 22,925 Boundary changes: The southeast riding has a new name and is smaller under boundary...
August 29, 2019
Pembina Valley Online - ...and taxes. Represented at the forum table were Liz Cronk for the New Democratic Party of Manitoba, Independent and incumbent MLA Cliff Graydon, Loren Braul for the Liberal Party of Manitoba, Ken Henry for the Green Party of Manitoba and Josh Guenter for the Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba. ...
August 28, 2019
Pembina Valley Online - ...and Mike Urichuk of the Green Party. Five candidates are running for Borderland, which covers communities such as Emerson and Altona, including Loren Braul of the Liberals, Liz Cronk of the NDP, Cliff Graydon as an Independent, Joshua Guenter for the PC party and Ken Henry for the Green Party. In the...
August 13, 2019
Pembina Valley Online - ...the Green Party's Dylan Price will challenge incumbent Tory MLA Blaine Pedersen. There are four candidates running in Borderland including Liberal Loren Braul, the NDP's Liz Cronk, Joshua Guenter of the PC Party and incumbent Independent Cliff Graydon. The ballot in La Verendrye will include incumbent...
August 11, 2019
Steinbach Online - ...are several she has yet to visit. There are three other names on the ballot for the Borderland constituency, including PC Josh Guenter, Liberal Loren Braul and Independent and incumbent candidate Cliff Graydon. Voting will happen September...
August 6, 2019
Pembina Valley Online - ...are several she has yet to visit. There are three other names on the ballot for the Borderland constituency, including PC Josh Guenter, Liberal Loren Braul and Independent and incumbent candidate Cliff Graydon. Voting will happen September...
August 4, 2019
Steinbach Online - ...Liberal candidate for Borderland constituency is gearing up to hit the campaign trail for the anticipated fall provincial election. Loren Braul says he's been busy finalizing publications and establishing a social media presence, as well as gathering and organizing his team to reflect a demographic and...