John Sabine: Vice-chairman of the SNB Forest Products Marketing Board acclaimed by party members in Hampton

Hampton – John Sabine will be the Green candidate for the riding of Hampton in next year’s election.  He received the unanimous support of local Green party members at last night’s nomination meeting at the Hampton Curling Club.

'' I am pleased that John will be running as a Green for a second time. He is committed to his community and is a tireless advocate for rural New Brunswick in fighting the injustice on behalf of woodlot owners in southern New Brunswick," said David Coon, leader of the Green party and MLA for Fredericton South. "The people of Hampton would be well served by John Sabine as their MLA."

John Sabine had this to say about his nomination: “ New Brunswickers deserve an open, honest and transparent government. Not the self-serving, patronage filled corruption we have been receiving for decades by successive Liberal and Conservative governments.'' 
''I will work hard with you to achieve real and positive change for a better New Brunswick for all,"  said Sabine.

Sabine is the third Green party candidate to be nominated. The next nomination meeting will occur on September 18th at the St. Croix Vineyard Church in St. Stephen. Media Advisory to follow. 

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