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Alan Keeso’s policy on parole hearings

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Should prisoners serving life sentences for first degree murder be eligible for a parole hearing after 15 years?

AK>AK  Alan Keeso voterbaseNo

Alan Keeso’s answer is based on the following data:

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Alan Keeso voters

Answer: No

Importance: Most Important

Reference: Analysis of answers from 74 voters that voted for Alan Keeso in the 2019 Kitchener South--Hespeler House of Commons election.

Party influence

Conservative Party Answer: No, and reinstate the death penalty for heinous premeditated crimes

Importance: More Important

Reference: “People found guilty in some killings should have to serve life in prison with little or no chance of parole, Prime Minister Step...” ‐cbc.ca

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Party’s support base

Conservative Party Voters’ Answer: No

Importance: More Important

Reference: Analysis of answers from 25,479 voters that identify as Conservative.

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