It has been such an incredible honour and privilege to serve as Kingston’s Mayor over these last four years. I am proud of what we’ve accomplished, and I am excited by the momentum that we’ve created.
Kingston, I want to thank you for your tireless support and encouragement during what has been a truly exhilarating (and exhausting) experience. It has been humbling. Throughout the campaign, the outpouring of support from our community has been nothing short of inspirational.
Today's the day, so get out there and cast your vote. There's a multitude of places you can vote around the city and I've listed them here. Happy voting!
Kingston's a city with a lot to offer people of all ages; from culture to recreation to economy, history and exceptional educational opportunities - we really have got it all. This is why we've got to put more time, effort and resources into attracting people to this jewel of Eastern Ontario, and of Canada as a whole.
In case you missed it, check out this episode of Behind the Ballot to get a more in-depth look my platform and the pillars that support this vision for Kingston. You can also learn more about my background and the skill set I'm bringing to the table.
One of my team members brought a pedometer on one of our many door-to-door canvassing blitzes. After we were done for the evening, she was amazed to see that she had taken over 12,000 steps. I agreed that seeing the number presented with such absolute authority was definitely surprising. 12,000 steps? It almost didn’t seem possible.
As someone who prides himself on vision, passion and precision, I jumped at the opportunity to paint a picture of how I see Kingston in 2025 - and it's not just my vision. It's a vision I've gleaned after talking with tens of thousands of this city's residents.
When we invest in our youth, we're not only investing in one of our greatest resources - we're investing in the people we love. Check out this Mayoral Candidate Debate on Youth Issues and How to Solve Them.
Harper's Burger Bar and Station 14 have teamed up to bring you the Mayoral Burger Challenge. Since election day is on October 27th, 10.27% of each burger sale will go to United Way.
Leadership based on respect for different values and beliefs - it's what I stand for and what I believe in. Learn more about me by watching my latest campaign video.