Nobbs announces for federal race

The Pirate Party has a Langley-Aldergrove candidate for the next federal election, coming in 2015.

Craig Nobbs, who previously ran for the party in the 2011 federal race, is among the six Pirate Party members running in ridings across the country.

The long-time Langley resident is running in the newly drawn Langley-Aldergrove riding. Due to changing population, the ridings were redrawn so Langley is now part of two ridings, Langley-Aldergrove and Cloverdale-Langley City.

The Pirate Party calls itself a “federal political party focused on thoughtful information policy reform, genuine democracy, civil liberties, and the freedom of the internet.” Find out more at The party is in the midst of a leadership election being done online during January and February.

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