It's time for the RITE Change. It's time for the RITE Change.

 

 

It’s Time For RITE Change In Richmond, BC

RITE Richmond’s mission is to have a presence on City Council with a clear, honest and strong voice to ensure the public is heard. We will ensure we have democracy for the entire community and that all voices are represented. RITE Richmond is committed to working for change in Richmond, BC.

*** Rite Richmond Annoucement ***

RITE Richmond is thrilled to announce we have selected Karina Reid to be our candidate for the May 29th for the 2021 By Election. Karina will be an outstanding councillor because of her 20 years in business and her incredible work in the community. The RITE Richmond family welcomes Karina and asks you to vote for continued change with this newest member of a progressive team that will represent the people of Richmond. Fiscal responsibility made with sensible choices will be the wave of the future and Karina will be a important part of that new direction. We are delighted to announce Karina Reid as our candidate! Learn more at www.karinareid.ca

karina campaign announcement

 

Why You Should Vote For RITE Richmond

 

Our Transparency Commitments To The People of Richmond:

RITE Richmond has never accepted large contributions from the special interest groups who finance other civic political groups.

We will disclose all of our financial contributions DURING the election campaign. Unlike the other civic groups, you won’t have to wait until the year after the election to find out who has donated to our campaign. That’s our commitment to transparency.

That’s the kind of transparency RITE Richmond will bring to Richmond City Council and that’s the transparency you deserve.

Our Commitment To Change

We’re hearing it throughout Richmond – people are wanting change in this city.

From Hamilton to Steveston, Brighouse to Shellmont and Cambie to Seafair, Richmondites are tired of a City Council that won’t consult them on City projects. A City Council that hasn’t promoted healthy business start-ups. A City Council that won’t open up the books on the Richmond Oval. A City Council that won’t stop the industrialization of the Fraser River. A City Council that wouldn’t have preserved the Garden City Lands if it wasn’t for people like Carol Day and Michael Wolfe stepping up on behalf of citizens.

This City Council isn’t listening and It’s time for the RITE Change.. RITE Richmond will bring that change with a focus is on environmental and climate justice, a sustainable economy, affordability and create inclusive city for everyone. We believe our social and cultural lives should be integrated with our political lives. We will prioritize reconciliation with Indigenous communities and honouring languages, territories, and histories.

Governing With Integrity For The People Of Richmond

RITE Richmond’s Code of Ethics’ origin came from an ordinary Richmondite – which shows that we are motivated by the people we want to represent and not beholden to special interests. That Code of Ethics which guides everything we do states that we will “Put public interest first”. We will always put the interests of the Richmond taxpayer first and we will not be moved or threatened by a large donor, unlike the other civic groups.

A vote for a RITE Richmond candidate is a vote for a better way of doing business. We are committed to putting you, the voter and the taxpayer, first, always.

What We’re Doing For You

Please follow the work City Councillor Michael Wolfe and Carol Day are doing on City Council. Below is information on a  one year report card of the work Kelly Greene, Harold Steeves, Michael Wolfe and Carol Day completed in the first year on City Council as a collective team.
-Mega Houses limited to 4,300 sq ft
-Voted No to a $5,3000,000 lawn bowling clubhouse
-Online City Council voting record
-Voted for more affordable housing in Richmond Centre Mall redevelopment
-City declared a climate emergency and adopted United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) targets

Kelly Greene was elected in 2020 as the MLA for Richmond-Steveston.

View online voting record here:

Richmond City Council Member: Michael Wolfe

Richmond City Council Member: Carol Day

 

 Stay Up To Date With RITE Richmond

 


Latest News

Richmond by-election is May 29th

Advanced voting will be offered over four days (May 15, 19, 20, 22) and Richmond residents will

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Legislation strengthens transparency, modernizes local election financing.

Exciting news from the BC government. RITE Richmond lobbied for these changes since 2014 and we are

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Meet City Councillors Carol Day and Michael Wolfe

Carol DayRichmond City Councillor
Michael WolfeRichmond City Councillor

 

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Get A Car Sign

Help out RITE Richmond by getting a free car sign! Our car signs go on a window of your car and don’t serve as a distraction from driving. Request a car sign by visiting our car sign page here.

Social Media

Connect and engage with RITE Richmond and fellow Richmondites over social media. This is your chance to make your voice heard. Our social media profiles are a space for us to share with you opportunities to personally engage our candidates through the events. We’ll also share platform and candidate news as well as blog posts that our candidates write.

At RITE Richmond, we pride ourselves on being open and transparent to the people of Richmond. We are dedicated to rebuilding and creating an equitable and inclusive community.  Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.

Volunteer

Volunteers are the life of every campaign. Volunteering presents people with the opportunity to help others in achieving goals. Every RITE Richmond candidate has dedicated their lives to various volunteer causes and in order to bring change to Richmond, we need people like you to join our campaign and help us. You can help us out by simply voting. But going beyond that, you can help us by getting a car sign, hosting a lawn sign, attending burmashaves, joining us at events, telling your friends about RITE Richmond, and engaging with us over social media.

If you’d like to volunteer for RITE Richmond, click here to go to our volunteer page.