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Logan Ross Campaign | May 1, 2019
BARRIE, ON – Logan Ross will be hosting a meet and greet with local residents this Thursday, May 2, at The Breakfast House (formerly Logan’s All Day Breakfast) at 358 Bayfield Street between 6:30 PM and 8:30 PM.
Ross is a conservative campaign veteran, who is seeking to become the next federal Conservative candidate for Barrie–Springwater–Oro-Medonte.
Ross is a longtime resident of north Barrie and Simcoe County, and this event will bring her back to the site of her parents’ former small business, where she learned the value of hard-work and entrepreneurship.
Ross went on to work on several conservative campaigns across Canada. Over the last decade she volunteered on local campaigns, turned the Ontario PCs into a winner as the Director of Election Readiness, helped Patrick Brown win a landslide victory to become the Ontario PC leader, served as Deputy Campaign Manager for the 2015 Simcoe North by-election, and was a rural regional organizer for the Manitoba PCs in 2016, where she helped Brian Pallister’s Tories end 17 years of NDP government by winning a record number of seats.
With Conservative Member of Parliament Alex Nuttall stepping down, it is believed that the Liberals will be targeting Barrie–Springwater–Oro- Medonte. The local race was a very close one in 2015, with Nuttall winning by 86 votes following a judicial recount. EXPERIENCED. PASSIONATE. DEDICATED CONSERVATIVE. @LTheannaRoss www.LoganRoss.CA E: Info@LoganRoss.CA
Many conservatives believe that with her ties to the community and her extensive campaign experience, Logan Ross would be an ideal candidate to win the seat in October.
Ross has earned endorsements from several local conservatives and business owners, as well as several conservative heavyweights.
Ross has been endorsed by conservative stalwarts including current and former Ontario PC MPPs Garfield Dunlop, Paul Calandra, and Minister Lisa MacLeod, as well as Manitoba PC MLA Derek Johnson, and former Simcoe North MP and Mulroney-era Justice Minister Doug Lewis.
“I believe I am the best candidate for Conservatives to win the election,” says Ross. “I really want to use my experience working with all three levels of government to deliver results for our community. I will be an advocate for local issues in Parliament and will fight for greater federal investment for our community.”
Local residents who are over the age of 14 can vote in an upcoming party election to choose the next Conservative Party of Canada candidate for Barrie–Springwater–Oro-Medonte.
To become an eligible voter for the nomination, residents must be active members of the federal Conservative Party. Memberships are available at www.LoganRoss.ca/join-today.