The writ hasn’t dropped yet, but PC candidate Ross Romano isn’t wasting any time getting the ball rolling on the 2018 Provincial Election. The current Sault MPP officially opened his campaign office on Great Northern Road to a small crowd Saturday morning.
Romano thanked his wife Heather for being his biggest supporter and encouraging him to run in last year’s Sault Ste. Marie riding by-election when former sitting MPP David Orazietti resigned his seat and cabinet post under the Wynne government.
According to recent polls, there’s a 92 percent chance of the Doug Ford PC’s to form the next government in Ontario. Romano said the party is united and have the focus of defeating Kathleen Wynne and the Liberals. “we’re going to continue what we’re doing and that is getting our message out that this government is tired and not concerned about the people of Ontario” Romano said.
The first time Member of Provincial Parliament wants to continue his push for the city to land a ferrochrome processing plant “I won’t stop until we get it” Romano told the crowd of party faithful, “I have put a lot of work into the ring of fire project, I have spoken frequently to the CEO of NorOnt to make sure we’re doing everything possible we can”
The Provincial election will take place June 7th.
Ontario PC Sault Ste. Marie Candidate Ross Romano opens Campaign Office – says successful mega-canvass sign of PC momentum
Sault Ste. Marie– Today, MPP and Ontario PC Candidate for Sault Ste. Marie, Ross Romano celebrated the opening of his campaign office by taking part in a province-wide mega-canvass.
“It was a great opportunity to get out onto the doors and spread the Ontario PC Party’s message of change with voters,” said Romano, calling the day proof that PC momentum is strong and growing across the riding.
The mega-canvass was a coordinated effort from Ontario PC candidates, Caucus, and Riding Association’s from across the province to knock on as many doors as possible as part of the Party’s campaign to let Ontario know help is on the way. “I look forward to knocking on ever door of every resident in Sault Ste. Marie before this election to listen to the people and let them know help is on the way,” Romano said.
“The election is less than 6 weeks away. We’re going to continue taking nothing for granted and work hard every single day to earn the trust of voters,” concluded Romano. “The Ontario PCs want to make it easier for Ontario families to make ends meet and get ahead.”