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Dear Ward 9 Neighbours,
I am humbled by the strong expression of support I received from so many of you on October 24th. While voter turnout was embarrassingly low (20.2%), the number of votes we received was greater than in 2018. For that I am very grateful. I want to thank you for the confidence you have in me to serve another four years as Kitchener’s Ward 9 City Councillor.
There are many challenges that lie ahead, and I trust that together there is a lot we can accomplish. We must stay strong and united as we tackle homelessness, affordable housing, climate change, parkland deficits and ongoing inequities. I do not act and have never acted alone. My strength comes from my constituents. I’d like to commend David Redman, Matthew Robson, Brooklin Wallis, and Beth Warren for putting their names on the ballot and for their interest in local politics.
I hope to work with you over the next four years to make the city a great place for all. I’d like to thank my family and friends for the incredible support I received over the past 4 years and throughout the campaign. My husband Peter has been my rock. He has picked up and helped as needed and stood by me throughout. I could not do what I do without his support. Thank you so much to everyone and now, back to the trail, the Iron Horse Trail that is!
Contact me with your ideas or concerns at email@example.com or call me at 226-752-7104. I am always happy for the opportunity to assist the residents of my ward.
Councillor Debbie Chapman―Ward 9
216 Mill Street, Kitchener, ON N2M 3R2 firstname.lastname@example.org 519-741-2491