Robert Salvatore Powers
Alysson Storey has almost twenty years’ experience working in government, including close to a decade at the Municipality of Chatham-Kent. Alysson knows how to advocate successfully for important issues through her work lobbying for a concrete median barrier on Highway 401. She has an extensive network of business and government leaders across the country. She is a hardworking community advocate as Past President of the Rotary Club of Chatham. Alysson is a communications specialist and passionate about promoting the amazing assets we have in Chatham-Kent. She’s also a fiddler, flautist and vocalist in the Celtic band the Chatham-Kent Mountaineers and married to Dan Davidson from Tilbury East Township. Alysson is concerned about the major population and job loss our community is experiencing. She wants to use her expertise and experience to work with her fellow citizens to make Chatham-Kent’s future brighter than our past. Your vote for Alysson Storey is a vote for transformational change. It’s our time Chatham-Kent. For more information go to https://www.itstime4ck.com/, Twitter or Facebook.
Allan Robert Traylor
Ward 5 – Wallaceburg Candidates (Number to be elected – 2)
Born and raised in Wallaceburg, Nick Cadotte spent the early part of his career self-employed with 2 business in his mid-twenties he attending school and working in the Woodstock area before returning home to Wallaceburg in 2012. Upon his return, Nick was the General Manager of the Wallaceburg and Corunna Little Caesars. With a strong desire to create an inclusive workforce, Nick developed a new company culture that promoted the inclusion of people with a disability in the workforce, cementing a relationship with Community Living Wallaceburg’s.
Nick’s passion for sales and working with the community lead him to a career as a Financial Advisor with the Co-Operators. And most recently, the Sales Manager at 99.1 CKXS Radio in Wallaceburg where Nick continues to work for Wallaceburg, raising funds for Canada day, Foodbanks, Wallaceburg & District Counsel for the Arts, United Way, Ronald McDonald house, on board for Wallaceburg BIA just to name a few.
“Wallaceburg needs a strong voice that knows the issues of our community before they bubble to the surface,” says Nick Cadotte. “. We have a beautiful town that deserves a voice that is going to speak for the entire community – not just one population.”
Aaron Hall, a Ward 5 – Wallaceburg candidate for the 2018 Municipal Election in Chatham-Kent, has launched a new initiative called ‘Project 627’.
The goal of the project is to generate data about what people love about the community of Wallaceburg and what issues the community of Wallaceburg want addressed.
“I believe putting together a campaign platform requires direct input from the community,” Hall said. “This is why I launched Project 627… to maximize this engagement and create some tangible data to bring forward to Chatham-Kent Council.”
“The hope with Project 627 is to provide a snapshot of what Wallaceburg’s community needs are,” Hall added.
“After working as a journalist in Wallaceburg for over 10 years, I feel I have a good grasp about what people are concerned about, what the issues are and what people love about the community. However, I want to hear directly from the community with Project 627 to reinforce some of these thoughts or open my eyes to other issues important to the community.”
Any questions or comments can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling/texting Hall directly at 519-365-1079.
For anyone who couldn’t make it to my Election Campaign / @Project627 launch event last week at James Street Eatery in #Wallaceburg, here is my full speech 😊🗳https://t.co/FMPj6vNg2V @MunicCK #ckont #CKElection2018 pic.twitter.com/5QHpPuVrZi
— Aaron Hall (@Aaron__Hall) September 8, 2018
Met today with @LoriBMarshall & @fanvav at our hospital. Great tour & I heard more about @ckhamedia‘s SDH re-development plans. We chatted about creating a positive working relationship, if I’m given the privilege to represent #Wallaceburg on @MunicCK Council🗳️🏥#Project627 pic.twitter.com/YDUwkxqoqh
— Aaron Hall (@Aaron__Hall) September 10, 2018
Thanks to @UnitedWayCK & @theCKNN , with sponsorship from @Wburgchamber, for hosting last night’s All-Candidates Forum at @CKCC1. Here is a link to the speech I provided to the 100+ people in attendance last night: https://t.co/j37XNOfW7M #Wallaceburg #Project627 🎥John Tomecek pic.twitter.com/YuN1JKYl5C
— Aaron Hall (@Aaron__Hall) September 12, 2018
So happy I have the chance to share this experience of running for @MunicCK Council in #Wallaceburg with my beautiful, smart, strong and creative daughters. I hope I can inspire them to give back to our community. They inspire me everyday❤️😊✅ pic.twitter.com/TMYjqHueLj
— Aaron Hall (@Aaron__Hall) May 22, 2018
— Aaron Hall (@Aaron__Hall) September 5, 2018
Carmen McGregor is an incumbent candidate seeking re-election to Ward 5 Wallaceburg.
Raised in Wallaceburg Carmen has been actively involved within her community for many years.
Her career path, political experience and community involvement has given her a diverse understanding of the needs within Wallaceburg and the communities of Chatham-Kent.
She is married to Tom, they have 4 children and 8 grandchildren.
Carmen’s priorities for the next term of Council are to work with the St. Clair Conservation Authority to change the water level criteria to activate the floodway operation. Work to better to educate our youth to the great jobs that exist locally so that they want to reside close to home after they have completed their education.
Currently chairing the Infrastructure and Innovation committee she wants to continue her work to improve the infrastructure locally. As a Board of Health member, she wants to improve opportunities for the infrastructure needed to provide opportunities for citizens to achieve healthier lifestyles. For more information go to carmenmcgregor.ca or find her on Facebook @ Re-Elect Carmen McGregor, Ward 5, Wallaceburg.
Randy McNeil is a candidate for council in Ward 5 Wallaceburg. Randy is a lifelong resident of Wallaceburg. A professional accountant with over 40 years experience working in the finance field working for several local companies in management positions.
While working in industry Randy was also the co – owner of two local small and understands what the need of small business are.
Randy is proud that he spent 9 years on the council in the former municipality of Wallaceburg during the amalgamation years. I believe that my voting record would show one of fiscal responsibility over those nine years.
He has been involved in many organizations over the past 40 years and does so because as he says he “Believes in Community”.
For more information go to www.facebook.com/Mic1954/.
Ward 4 – North Kent Candidates (Number to be elected – 2)
Dylan Robert McLay
Mary Anne Udvari
Ward 1 – West Kent Candidates (Number to be elected – 2)
Ward 2 – South Kent Candidates (Number to be elected – 3)
Mary Clare Latimer
Amy Ramsden Dalton
Ward 3 – East Kent Candidates (Number to be elected – 2)
Ward 6 – Chatham Candidates (Number to be elected – 6)
Don “Sparky” Leonard
* All candidates who have filed their papers for the 2018 Chatham-Kent Election are listed in this space. Candidates that have additional information listed with their name have purchased an Election Advertising Package with the Sydenham Current. For more information contact Dana Haggith at email@example.com or 519-784-4610.