Victoria MP Murray Rankin gets nod from NDP

Officially nominated by the party last weekend to run in next federal election

  • Nov. 24, 2014 5:00 a.m.

Victoria MP Murray Rankin will again fly the banner for the New Democrats in next year’s federal election.

Rankin, 64, was officially nominated by the party last weekend.

Rankin was elected MP for Victoria in a byelection in 2012 and was recently elected by his peers to the position of federal B.C. caucus chair.

He serves as Official Opposition Critic for Pensions and National Revenue, and has been an advocate for the expansion of public pensions and retirement security, as well as an outspoken critic of Conservative inaction on tax evasion and the use of tax havens.

 

 

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