My Vote, My Future: John Tanner on BC Election 2017

Apr 26 2017, 9:40 pm

Ahead of the BC election, Daily Hive is profiling young voters from across the province. Want to join in and share your thoughts? Email [email protected], subject line: My Future.


Who are you?

John Tanner.

How old are you?

Late twenties.

What do you do?

I work in computer security.

Where do you live?

Downtown.

Have you voted before?

For sure.

Do you plan on voting this time?

For sure.

Does your family influence how you vote?

They give me good suggestions based on their points of view.

How closely do you follow BC politics?

I have only researched online moderately and discussed with friends.

Do you know who your local candidates are?

Yes.

Can you name the three party leaders?

Clark, Weaver, Horgan.

Would you ever consider running for office?

No, it seems difficult to keep any promises.

What issues do you care most about?

The tech sector and the environment

Whether we accept it or not, the environment has an impact on our personal health and wellbeing.

We should be planning what’s best for the environment in a preventative manner. If we don’t have an environmentally safe place to live, there’s no point in having an economy.

We need more incentives for green technology companies to set up shop in Vancouver.


Are you a young British Columbian and eligible to vote in the BC election? We would love to profile you. Email [email protected], subject line: My Future, to find out more.

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