It was exciting to see the culmination of months of hard work begin to solidify as the voting started on Monday both online and by phone. Our team has worked very hard to try and get our message to as many residents as possible. We have spent every possible moment trying to meet constituents both door to door, at local events and by using technology. I use the word "we" because I could not have done it without the support of family, friends and volunteers who through their hard work allowed "me" to spread the word about my plan for this Township.
This election has become a decision between one candidate who wants to keep things the same or one who has a plan for the future that will grow this township. When I launched my campaign, I felt it was important to be the candidate who had a comprehensive plan and vision for the future of this Township. As a Technology, Media and Business Professional, I have the necessary experience to jump right into the role of being your Mayor. The feedback I have received has been that you are ready for change and that you want a new direction for Leeds & the Thousand Islands. The most important thing that you can do now is to get out and vote and make sure that your voice is heard.
You can vote on election day, Monday, October 27th, by PAPER BALLOT at
1. 1 Jesse Street in Lansdowne
2. 312 Lyndhurst Road at the Fire Training Centre, or at
3. 153 County Road 32, just north of Gananoque at the Fire Station.
The polls will be open from 10 am to 8 pm.
The ELECTRONIC VOTING SYSTEM starts October 20 for those who have their PIN.
Voting is possible by phone or computer throughout this week and right through until 8 pm on October 27.