Canada

Kitchener City Councilman Sarah Marsh announces she won’t be seeking re-election

With just days to go until the nominations are closed, Kitchener City Councilor Sarah Marsh has announced that she will not be seeking re-election.

“Thank you for being an engaged and thoughtful community. said.

read more:

Kitchener Mayor Berry Vrvanovic Announces Intent to Seek Re-election During Radio Appearance

“After long and careful consideration, I have decided not to seek re-election this fall.”

After serving two terms on the council, Marsh says it will take time to decide what to do next.

“I will take some time to decide where to focus my energies next, but I will definitely look for ways to continue contributing to the progress of this community.

The story continues under the ad

Marsh joins a list of local politicians whose names won’t appear on ballots for this fall’s elections, including Ward 5 Count. Kelly Galloway-Seelok and his three of his four councilors in Kitchener: Tom Galloway, Jeff Lorenz, and Elizabeth Clarke.

All other members of the Kitchener Council, with the exception of John Gazzola of the Fifth Ward, have indicated in some way whether they will seek another term.

read more:

Kitchener asks residents for input as it develops new 20-year plan

Two more names were added to the list of people looking to replace Marsh on Wednesday. There are currently five people registered for this fall’s run.

The list of candidates seeking her seat includes Aislinn Clancy, Peter Davis, Daniel Fife, Lana Hiscock and Stephanie Stretch.

© 2022 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.



Kitchener City Councilman Sarah Marsh announces she won’t be seeking re-election

Source link Kitchener City Councilman Sarah Marsh announces she won’t be seeking re-election

Related Articles

Back to top button