The race for Sault Ste. Marie Mayor just got a little more crowded. Robin Coull, 28, has become the fifth candidate registered for the October 27th municipal election.
Coull is among a growing trend of first time candidates vying to become the leader of the city. Coull joins Heather Cook, Ted Johnston and Austin Williams, all throwing their hat into the local election for the first time. Williams was also a candidate in this past Spring’s Provincial election running under the Libertarian Party. All have visions of taking the Mayor’s seat from incumbent Mayor, Debbie Amaroso who is seeking her second term.
Coull (pronounced cool) works in the security field and lists crime in the city as his number one priority to make the city “an even better place to live”
“I want to bring a new energy to municipal politics” Coull told SaultOnline.com
Coull said he contemplated running for Mayor in the last election in 2010 but he never went through with the idea. Since then he has been working on his own ideas and suggestions, he said
SaultOnline.com talked with Coull on-camera Tuesday , watch the video for more