Will People “Supersize their Vote”? in Thunder Bay


THUNDER BAY – He is big, and has a huge love for Thunder Bay. House Richard Moorey says, “After receiving much support and many requests to run again,” he has decided to do it and filed nomination papers for councillor at large.

“I ran a good race last election and didn’t get in. But I just couldn’t give up on Thunder Bay and I think we’ve seen we’re not too much further ahead than we were with the last council,” stated Moorey.
“I’m convinced I proved I’m a man of principle with long term vision and short term goals that will benefit our city. I think the voters realize it and believe that I will be serving on the next council”.
“I think people like my no BS approach and know I’m not much on protocol. I call it like it is and will have no second thoughts about standing up for voters EVERY time. I believe in communication so much so that if a voter asks me information that’s pertinent to our city I’ll share it whether council likes it or not. Even if it puts the heat on me simply because I am a man of principle and want the voters to know enough is enough. I’m going to open the door to the back room. NO MORE SECRETS!”

House says that he has no delusions that it’s going to be an uphill struggle all the way. The professional chef say “he’s a citizen, a member of this community and a regular person…NOT a politician. He’s got big shoulders just made for knocking down barriers and walls like the ones we very often see thrown up in our community and will only make you one promise. I won’t let you down!”
Moorey’s campaign slogan is “On October 25 SUPERSIZE your vote…VOTE HOUSE”

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