What you need to know before you go to the polls

BY JULIELEE STITT
Equity Reporter

Clarendon residents will be going to the polls this month in a municipal by-election. Three candidates have thrown their hats into the race for seat No. 1 and THE EQUITY caught up with them to ask the questions that are important to voters.

They included: (1) What made you decide to run in the by-election? (2) What qualities do you have that make you the best candidate to fill seat No. 1? (3) Some people will say that they became involved in politics to effect change. Is that why you’re running? If so, what would you like to see changed or bettered? (4) Are you active in the community and if so, how? (5) Why should Clarendon residents vote for you?

To find out what the three contenders Jerry Barber (pictured top left), Ron Hodgins (pictured top right) and Edward Walsh (pictured bottom left) had to say, please See Page one of the July 11, 2012 issue of THE EQUITY for more.

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