BC United announces candidates for Kelowna Mission


Ramsay said she is deeply honoured to represent BC United and the people of Kelowna-Mission.

“I look forward to bringing my experience in the technology industry to the legislature and creating jobs for the people here in Kelowna, with a focus on creating opportunities for all residents, supporting local businesses and fostering innovation. I will listen to the community and work tirelessly to meet our most pressing needs,” said Ramsay.

Ramsay was born and raised in Victoria, spent her high school years in Kelowna, and after graduating, she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.

The Kelowna-Mission (formerly Okanagan-West) constituency was a safe bet for the BC Liberals (now BC United). The right-of-centre party has won this constituency in every election since 1996 with candidates such as Sindi Hawkins, Steve Thompson and later Merrifield.

Previously, Cliff Serwa won the constituency from 1991 to 1996 for Social Credit (which later became the BC Liberals).

“Ashley Ramsay is a dynamic leader whose entrepreneurial spirit, commitment to Kelowna's dynamic technology industry and dedication to community development make her the ideal candidate for Kelowna Mission,” said Kevin Falcon, leader of BC United. “Her extensive experience in job creation and economic growth aligns perfectly with our party's vision for a prosperous and innovative British Columbia, and I know she will be the champion Kelowna Mission deserves.”

For more information about Ashley Ramsay click here.