Liberals don’t need to change fundraising strategy, focus on ridings, says fundraising director at Halifax convention
By Jolson LimApr. 21, 2018
Liberal senior fundraising director Christina Topp also told a morning worshop that a central political donor database created by the National Post could be used to find potential donors.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau, pictured at the Liberals' policy convention in Halifax. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Munster
HALIFAX—The federals Liberals are currently behind the Conservatives in fundraising, but Liberal Party fundraising director Christina Topp says the party’s fundraising game plan hasn’t changed as the 2019 federal election inches closer.
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