More candidates announce intentions

Two more candidates have announced that they will be running in the York South – Weston federal election. Sonny Day will be running for the Green Party, and Jilian Saweczko will be running for the Conservatives.

Day does not appear to have run for election before. According to his bio, he works as a consultant at York University and has lived in Weston for more than 10 years. He has worked with the Greens since 2008. His first campaign meeting was tonight.

Saweczko has run for the Conservatives twice before, in 1997 and in 2008. Those times, she ran in the Parkdale – High Park riding, where she lives. According to her MySpace page, she is an entrepreneur and internet consultant (and makes more than $250,000 a year!). She sells prepaid legal services and Tupperware.

Alan Tonks is the incumbent and will be running for the Liberals. He will be starting his campaign on April 2, with a grand opening of his campaign office from 2pm to 4pm.

Mike Sullivan, longtime Weston activist and resident, is running for the NDP, and was first out of the gate. He launched his campaign before the election was even announced.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

1 thought on “More candidates announce intentions”

  1. i’ll be voting for the candidate who has worked hard for many years in the best interests of this community, riding and beyond.

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