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Singh seeks seat in Richmond-Queensborough

By Richmond Sentinel

Published 12:51 PDT, Mon September 28, 2020

Prominent human and civil rights lawyer Aman Singh was acclaimed as the BC NDP candidate for Richmond-Queensborough for the Oct. 24 provincial election.

“There is so much at stake this election and we must keep BC moving forward,” Singh said. “The BC Liberals just aren’t working for the middle class. They only look out for those at the top. That’s why I’m proud to join Team Horgan to build a better future for all of us.”

Raised in Hong Kong, Singh has called Richmond home for over 20 years. He built his family here and started a small business practicing law, establishing deep roots in the community.

“As a lawyer, I have represented and fought for the underdogs in court cases all the way to the Supreme Court,” Singh added. “It’s time for the residents of Richmond-Queensborough to have a real voice—someone who looks out for working people.”

Singh reiterated the importance of having a strong advocate in government for the residents of Richmond.

“Here in Richmond, I meet families who are working hard and they need a government who listens to them. For 16 years cuts to education and health care impacted our community. Now more than ever we need to keep moving forward, investing in childcare and education. Working families can’t afford to go back to the BC Liberals.”

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