And that has the NDP government scared.
We have seen a proliferation of conservative third party advertisers in Alberta. You might hear them referred to as “political action committees” or PACs, and while not officially affiliated with a party, they exist to promote ideas or causes like liberty, small government, and conservative unity.
These groups, surviving on donations, serve as a counterbalance to the Alberta government's constant taxpayer funded socialist messaging and the activist public sector unions.
The "problem" is, conservative PACs are good at what they do on their shoestring budgets. This is prompting the NDP to enact legislation to limit their efficacy, well in advance of the next election.
Tonight, I'm speaking to the co-founder of one of these successful conservative PACs the government plans to crackdown on:
Prem Singh of Alberta Can't Wait joins me to talk about third party advertisers and Alberta politics.