ANN McALLISTER: FOR AN AFFORDABLE AND ACCESSIBLE ROTHESAY

December 5th, 2017

Press release

Rothesay-Ann McAllister will be the Green candidate for the riding of Rothesay in next year’s election.  She was acclaimed by the local Green party members last night at the Kennebecasis Public Library.

''I am pleased that Ann has been acclaimed as the candidate for Rothesay. Ann has dedicated her career to supporting newcomers and building community. She will be a great representative for the people of Rothesay, " said David Coon, leader of the Green party and MLA for Fredericton South. 

Ann McAllister had this to say about her nomination: ''As candidate for the NB Green Party in the riding of Rothesay, I will work diligently to fulfill the trust you have placed in me. I support Town Council's goal of ensuring that Rothesay is accessible and affordable to those on fixed incomes. I will also explore strategies for building a sustainable, resilient society, economy and environment in the face of climate change. "

Ann McAllister is the eighth Green party candidate to be nominated. The next nomination meeting will occur on December 16th in Florenceville-Bristol. Media Advisory to follow. 

Media Contact:

CARMEN BUDILEAN, 
Executive director | Directrice exécutive
Phone : (506) 447-8499 | Fax (506) 447-8489

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