Council candidate: Jason Clark, Town of Port McNeill

Town of Port McNeill: Clark, Jason — council candidate

  • Nov. 5, 2014 1:00 p.m.

Jason Clarke

Hello; my name is Jason Clark, I am running for a seat on council. You may know me from coaching hockey, soccer, or as a Victor’s Secret Model. I am third generation resident of Port McNeill, my grandfather and father were both loggers.

Two years ago, my family and I moved away to Prince George. After realizing what we had left, we came back for the sense of community, which makes a great place to raise a family.

I want to be involved in the future of our town, and to make it a place where our children don’t have to move away to have fulfilling careers in a place they can proud of. I don’t have a lot of political experience, but I learn quick, and am passionate about the future of Port McNeill.

If elected, I will work to access additional funding for neighbourhood improvements through grants, corporate investment and infrastructure projects. I also want to engage the youth of Port McNeill in small projects around the town that will give them pride, and sense of involvement in their community.

By voting for me, you are voting for someone who has a vested interest in this town and its residents. I will strive to accomplish our vision of Port McNeill. Through hard work and dedication we can build a growing community that attracts and retains young families and new investments.

My name is Jason Clark, and if you want a councillor that will represent you, vote Jason Clark.

 

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