Brown visits Sault Ste. Marie to open campaign office

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Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown returns to Sault Ste. Marie on Saturday, February 4, 2017 to officially open the campaign office of by-election candidate Ross Romano.

Residents of the city are encouraged to join Patrick Brown and Ross Romano at noon on Saturday at the campaign office located at 232 Queen St. East.

“I look forward to cutting the ribbon with Ross and opening his office. I know he will be a strong voice for Sault Ste. Marie bringing a positive message of change, and he will be a great standard bearer as we strive to present a Party that is modern, inclusive, and pragmatic,” said Brown.

“Our team here has hit the ground running. We’ve been knocking on doors and talking to residents across the city for over three weeks. I am excited Patrick Brown is able to join us as we officially open our office,” added Romano.

“Patrick Brown has made Northern Ontario a priority. He has visited the North more than 20 times, including 6 visits to Sault Ste. Marie – this being his 7th – in the last two years. He understands what our city is capable of, and he has been the only one standing up for us at Queen’s Park,” said Romano.

“Not only do I look forward to the office opening, I am excited to visit the world famous Bon Soo Winter Carnival,” said Brown.

Ross Romano, Patrick Brown and the team will head out after the office opening to knock on doors and spread their positive message for change – all encouraged to join.

Event details:
What: Official Opening of Ross Romano Campaign Office
When: Saturday, February 4, 2017 12:00 to 1:00P.M.
Where: Ross Romano Campaign Office, 232 Queen Street East, Sault Ste. Marie

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  1. The opposition parties are after the Liberals regarding the disaster they have made of this once great province. They hound them about what they have done to rising energy costs…AND RIGHTLY SO. With an election coming up…I would like to know how these opposition parties are going to suddenly reverse the damage done by the Liberals. It is all well and good to complain…but what are your solutions Mr Brown?

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