Donna Linton: Coordinator of the Volunteer Centre of Charlotte County elected by the members in St. Croix

Saint Stephen, October 3rd, 2017

Press release

Saint Stephen – Donna Linton will be the Green candidate for the riding of Saint Croix in next year’s election.  She is been elected by the local Green party members at last night’s nomination meeting at the St. Croix Vineyard Church.

'' Donna Linton has spent much of her career serving families in Charlotte County, and they know she will bring her profound commitment to them to the Legislative Assembly as their MLA," said David Coon, leader of the Green party and MLA for Fredericton South. 

Donna had this to say about her nomination: ''
Thank you for coming out and showing your support tonight, I am grateful for the opportunity to accept this nomination. I believe it will be an awe-inspiring experience to run in the next Provincial Election, especially knowing that community-minded folks like yourselves are all on my team!"

Donna Linton is the fifth Green party candidate to be nominated. The next nomination meeting will occur on November 20th at the Kinsmen Club of Fredericton. Media Advisory to follow. 

Media Contact:

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

 

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