OTTAWA, ON– The Conservative Party of Canada is thrilled to announce David Brazil as the common sense Conservative candidate for St. John’s East, NL. David is a dedicated public servant and community leader in Newfoundland and Labrador, with a career spanning over 25 years in senior management roles within the provincial government. He is a former MHA, Cabinet Minister, and Leader of the Official Opposition.

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Conservative Party of Canada announces candidate for St. John’s East

OTTAWA, ON– The Conservative Party of Canada is thrilled to announce David Brazil as the common sense Conservative candidate for St. John’s East, NL. David is a dedicated public servant and community leader in Newfoundland and Labrador, with a career spanning over 25 years in senior management roles within the provincial government. He is a former MHA, Cabinet Minister, and Leader of the Official Opposition.

“It’s time to restore common sense back to the federal government and make this country work for the people who do the hard work. We need to turn things around and put the Canadian people back in charge instead of Ottawa-knows-best politicians,” said Brazil.After 9 years of Justin Trudeau, hardworking Canadians are struggling just to afford fuel, food, and shelter. Crime is ravaging our streets. Only a Common Sense Conservative government led by Pierre Poilievre will axe the tax build the homes, fix the budget and stop the crime. We know David will be a tremendous advocate for the hardworking people of St. John’s East and a valuable asset to the team.

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