With local government elections this October 15, people are starting to give serious consideration to who could be representing communities for the next four-year term. Everyone wants to elect people who care.
Democracy starts in our own communities. Local government is designed to be representative of the greater community. It plays a critical role in shaping the reality of our day-to-day lives. It provides core services and responds to local needs, but it is often overlooked as a way to enact change. Everyone who runs in a local government election wants to make their community a better place. Ideas differ and priorities are not always shared - this is a good thing. It means our communities get robust representation.
We can begin to build the changes we want to see. We can improve infrastructure and services that we all use and enjoy, while promoting the long-term success for future generations.
Whether you are thinking of running for office or you care about electing the best candidates that will shape the future of your community, this free candidates-readiness workshop is for you. Ready to learn more? We’ve got you covered.
For more information regarding the Town of Creston's General Municipal Election please visit: https://election.creston.ca or email Town of Creston election staff at firstname.lastname@example.org!