Aidin Mousavian will run in District 11 – Charlottetown-Belvedere
New Democrat Leader, Michelle Neill, announced earlier today that Aidin Mousavian will run in District 11 – Charlottetown-Belvedere for the 2023 provincial election.
“Aidin is a committed Islander ready to hit the ground running in the election to ensure that the future of our province is bright,” says Neill. “As a young person himself, he knows the struggles facing young people on the Island, and he knows it’s only New Democrats who are going to fight for them so they can build a life here at home.”
Aidin is a political science student at UPEI. He’s an involved member of his community through sports, the University of Prince Edward Island, his family’s small business, and politics; so he knows the needs of the people of District 11.
“I see daily the struggles facing everyday people, whether it’s my neighbours trying to access healthcare in a system that is broken, my friends trying to make ends meet while going to school, or the real problems of the climate emergency,” says Mousavian. “I believe many people in this province have been getting a raw deal from the Conservatives and Liberals for decades; it’s only the New Democrats who will deliver on making life better for everyday people and I’m looking forward to the campaign ahead.”
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