Miller opens Parry Sound campaign office, joined by Clement canvassing
PARRY SOUND — MPP Norm Miller who has been railing on for years about cutting red tape – cut a blue ribbon Saturday as he opened a provincial campaign election office here this weekend.
MPP Norm Miller supporters gathered on Saturday morning to celebrate the grand opening of his campaign office at 18 James St. in downtown Parry Sound.
It’s his second campagin office, he also has another one in Bracebridge on Taylor Road, where he also has his constituency office, along with one in Parry Sound too. Both are separate from his MPP’s offices.
Only Matt Richter of the Green Party so far has a main street campaign office, in Bracebridge, on Manitoba Street North.
“I’m looking forward to the opportunity to once again serve as your MPP,” he said in a news release.
“We’re all here today, working to help usher in a PC government that will balance the budget, create jobs, and take action on soaring hydro bills. It’s time to build a stronger, more prosperous Parry Sound – Muskoka.
“When speaking with families and business owners across the riding, it’s clear something needs to be done. With a $12.5 billion deficit, a government plagued with scandal and over one million people without jobs, enough is enough.
“We are the only party with a solid plan to get Ontario back on the right track. I’m eagerly awaiting the upcoming debates throughout the riding to discuss the issues that matter most to all of you,” added Miller.
After the event, Miller and his team of supporters were joined by MP Tony Clement for an afternoon canvas of the surrounding neighbourhoods.
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