THE STRATEGIC VOTE
As a registered Political Entity in the province of Ontario, The Party of Objective Truth, along with its electoral candidates running in the ridings of Elgin-Middlesex-London, and Nepean are qualified to receive contributions and donations during this current election campaign, allowing each of these three entities to issue receipts that are eligible for tax credits of up to 75%.
A $100 contribution, for example, is eligible for a $75 tax credit.
- To date, The Party of Objective Truth has solicited $0.00 in contributions or donations.
- To date, Henri Barrette, running in Elgin-Middlesex-London, has solicited $0.00 in contributions or donations.
- To date, Derrick Lionel Matthews, running in Nepean, has solicited $0.00 in contributions or donations.
The Party of Objective Truth is not seeking contributions or donations to run its election campaign.
It is asking for the strategic vote of the electors in the ridings of Elgin-Middlesex-London, and Nepean.
This presents the unique opportunity in demonstrating the ability to run a successful election campaign without the need to solicit contributions or donations from the taxpayers.
The Party of Objective Truth will operate a Social Meritocracy with the same fiscal responsibility as its own election campaign.
A vote for the Liberal, PC, NDP, or Green Party candidates in the Elgin-Middlesex-London, or Nepean ridings is to vote for the small voice of one local MP in Queen’s Park among the voices of many other louder MPs in larger ridings that have lost voter trust and confidence.
Your local MP in the current political climate will be unable to effect any significant change in the ridings of Elgin-Middlesex-London, or Nepean.
A strategic vote for the P.O.T. on June 7 in the ridings of Elgin-Middlesex-London, and Nepean will give these two cities their own representation in Queens Park with a Meritocratic system of government to address ALL social and environmental issues, along with the economic platform to eliminate the provincial deficit and run a fiscally responsible legislature.
It will challenge the current system of government in Queen’s Park and the economics used to govern Ontarians.
On June 7, vote:
P.O.T.-Henri Barrette ● Elgin-Middlesex-London
P.O.T. – Derrick Lionel Matthews ● Nepean