How do I vote?
Confirm that you live in Ward 4 and find out where the nearest polling station is located. You can choose to vote on the Advanced Poll days or on Election Day. Bring your identification (ID) when you go to vote. If your name is on the Voters' List, you will need to show one piece of identification that has your name and address on it in order to receive a ballot. Your Voter Notification Card cannot be used as a piece of ID. Acceptable Identification includes an Ontario driver's license, an Ontario Photo Card, a cancelled personalized cheque, an insurance policy or statement or any other document included on this list.
When and where do I vote?
Election Day is Monday, October 22, 2018. Voting locations will be available closer to Election Day.
If you are unable to vote on Election Day, you can vote on Advanced Poll days, which are October 5 and 6 at Mississauga Civic Centre and October 13 and 14 at locations throughout the City of Mississauga (TBD).
What are the main concerns of residents in Ward 4?
Various issues matter to Ward 4 residents, such as waste, gridlock and congestion, transit, and crime. As your councillor for Ward 4, I will be committed to finding solutions to these problems that afflict our ward. Beyond that, I will be on the forefront of starting new initiatives to keep Mississauga moving forward.
Why are you the best for Ward 4?
I have demonstrated a commitment to Ward 4 as a community leader, spearheading community initiatives within the past few years. Throughout my life, I have always wanted to make a difference; I have advocated and supported various communities, including people with disabilities, seniors, women, and immigrants. As a go-getter, I have the resolve to tackle the issues that our current complacent City Councillors have neglected for far too long.
I'm also pragmatic and innovative. I utilized Save on Energy rebates, which most people were unaware of, to revolutionize my company for the modern era. Just as I have done with my company, I'll use the same acumen as City Councillor to modernize our city and eliminate wasteful spending of hard-earned taxpayer dollars. Not just that, but I will use my business sense to bring investments into the city for a robust local economy. My expertise in real estate will be an asset for bringing infrastructure projects to ensure growth in the city.
My passion and pragmatism can help make Mississauga the vibrant and prosperous city it has the potential to be, and that Ward 4 residents deserve.