With the Thanksgiving weekend upon us, I just wanted to take a moment to wish everyone a safe and happy long weekend. To all my family, friends, and supporters, thank you for your kindness and support during this campaign. To all my new friends who I’ve met over these past couple of months on the campaign trail, I am in gratitude to you and your family. Thank you for sharing your stories with me and for your gracious offers of support. Thunder Bay is full of amazing people who truly have passion for our community, our children’s education, and the safety & inclusion of our children at our educational facilities.
Thunder Bay and Area Food Strategy : School Food Environments Trustee Candidate Survey
The Thunder Bay and Area Food Strategy sent a survey to all candidates in the upcoming municipal elections, with questions regarding their commitment to improving access to healthy food for all, protecting food producing areas, and supporting food and farm businesses.
The Thunder Bay and Area Food Strategy is non-partisan. Candidates were required to complete each response by a firm deadline and limit their responses to 450 characters.
Election Day is only 20 days away! And online polls open even sooner on the 9th of October.
I was out and about this evening placing a few more signs. If you wish to help show your support, I have a few more lawn signs remaining. Thank you to everyone who has graciously placed one in their yards. Much appreciated!
On Election day I ask you to elect a trustee who reflects your family’s needs and will bring a fresh perspective to the table. I believe I can relate to the daily concerns of families with young children and will seek to learn from yours. Let’s starting working together for our children’s future. I’d be honoured to have your support on Election Day.
In full transparency, on September 14th I responded to a School Board Survey from the Thunder Bay & District Labour Council and also posted my answers on my campaign website at that time. Open communication is part of my campaign platform and I wanted to share this with you.
I learned from a young age that it is the job of a candidate and elected official to represent others and that not of their own personal interest. That said, I am still seeking further input from parents and community members to form solid responses as based on their needs on many issues. I am committed to working together for our children’s future and would be honoured to have your support on election day.
Another great night on the campaign trail dropping off lawn signs. My campaign manager Miss Emmy didn’t last the whole night and drifted off early on me. She is a trooper for coming along with me on this journey when Mom is busy working at the theatre in the evening.
I still have some campaign lawn signs available. Thank you to everyone who offered to take one to show your support. It is greatly appreciated. Message me if you would like to display one on your lawn and thank you again and in advance for your support. Election Day is quickly approaching – only 28 days away! Together we can make this happen!
Online and telephone voting begins on Oct. 9th at 10 am, and will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week until voting closes at 8 pm on Election Day – October 22, 2018.
Rain or shine the work continues on the campaign trail for Trustee of the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board. My campaign manager (Miss Emmy, as seen in the top image) supervised my work this evening. She enjoyed pointing out all the different colours on the election signs.
“Our children need a new voice, a strong champion, to promote their interests & advance their goals. I’d be honoured to have your support” ~ Lawrence Badanai