NDP MP Don Davies will seek reelection in Vancouver Kingsway
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Don Davies sent out an email tonight inviting supporters to attend the launch of his 2019 campaign in Vancouver Kingsway.
It will take place at 2 p.m. on Saturday (January 19) at Meridian Hall (4306 Victoria Drive). He'll be joined by NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, MP Peter Julian, and former MP Svend Robinson, who's trying to make a comeback in Burnaby North–Seymour.
In 2015, Davies defeated Liberal Steven Kou by more than 8,000 votes, even though Justin Trudeau's party captured a record number of seats for his party in B.C.
In 2011, Davies finished more than 10,000 votes ahead of his closest competitor, Conservative Trang Nguyen.