Niagara Centre PC candidate opens campaign office in Welland
Niagara Centre Progressive Conservative candidate April Jeffs has opened her campaign office in Welland.
Marking the official opening Jeffs said, “Opening my Welland campaign office is really special to me personally because this office represents my commitment to Niagara Centre. The energy in this room today shows me that people are motivated and eager for a new government – a government that works for them – not against them."
She also took a moment to praise Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford. "Doug Ford is a strong leader with a vision for a strong Ontario that we can all be a part of - and be proud of once again."
The campaign office is located in the Fitch Street Plaza, 180 Fitch Street, Unit 19.
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