Undoubtedly, when we look around our great city we see the fruits of the PC Party’s labour. From road construction to investments made at Algoma Steel Inc. and Tenaris, our city has received over $1 Billion in investments, all while navigating through a pandemic.
With only 7 days to go, PC Party Candidate, Ross Romano, made time for an exclusive, in-person interview at the SaultOnline/ONNtv Studios and answered a few questions.
Romano earned his seat in the Legislature during the Sault’s 2017 by-election, and again in 2018 after he defeated NDP candidate Michele McCleave-Kennedy by 414 votes.
Serving as Ontario’s Minister of Government and Consumer Services since 2021, Romano is proud of the work he’s been able to accomplish over the last four years in government.
“We’ve built critical infrastructure in our community. We have created better and higher paying jobs here in the Sault, and we’re going to continue doing that.”
Governing through unprecedented times, as Ontario battled through lockdowns , mandatory masking and school closures, Romano is confident there will be no further lockdowns under a re-elected Ford government.
“We are the only party who is promising Ontarians no more shutdowns.”
Romano is hopeful for a strong voter turnout this year and urges young people in the Sault to head to the polls on June 2nd. Your vote truly does matter.