Windsor West Candidates Visit Holy Names Catholic High School

Grade 10 and 12 civics students at Holy Names Catholic High School have a better idea what the candidates in Windsor West are all about.

Students were able to meet the four candidates during an information session and question-answer period.

Grade 10 student Mia Macera says after hearing from all the candidates, she prefers the Progressive Conservatives and candidate Adam Ibrahim.

"I believe that a lot of people do struggle and it's very important for them to have their own way and put their needs first and I really align with their beliefs and I can just connect a lot with what he was saying," says Macera.    

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Grade 10 and 12 civics students from Holy Names Catholic High School hear from the four Windsor-West candidates, May 14, 2018 (Photo by AM800's Rob Hindi)

Grade 12 student Sean Ross says he's also a fan of Adam Ibrahim.

"Personally I do agree with that the PC's were saying about bringing change to Windsor," says Ross. "Ending the forgetfulness about Windsor, how the province hasn't had much of a presence in Windsor in the past."

Some questions focused on should the public vote for the party or candidate? and what will they party do to bring good corporation jobs to Windsor?

The incumbent in Windsor West is the NDP's Lisa Gretkzy.

She's up against the Liberals Rino Bortolin, the PC's Adam Ibrahim and the Green's Krista Glovasky-Ridsdale.