Marilyn Merritt-Gray: A Strong Voice for Gagetown-Petitcodiac

Gagetown – Kars resident, Marilyn Merritt-Gray, will be the Green candidate for the riding of Gagetown-Petitcodiac in next year’s election.  She received the unanimous support of local Green party members at last night’s nomination meeting at the Gagetown Legion.

“Marilyn has dedicated her career to working with, and for, the people of this province particularly in promoting  mental health, women’s health, rural health service delivery and community development,” said David Coon, leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick. “Marilyn is a staunch advocate for rural communities and has the courage and convictions needed to make her an excellent representative for the people of Gagetown-Petitcodiac.”

Merritt-Gray had this to say about her nomination: “I am grateful to those who lent me their support at last night’s meeting and I am eager to continue travelling my home riding, meeting with my neighbours and hearing their concerns and ideas for New Brunswick. I’m glad to hold the nomination for a party that has a real plan to support and empower rural communities, like mine.”

Merritt-Gray is the second Green party candidate to be nominated. The next nomination meeting will occur on September 7th at the Hampton Curling Club. Media Advisory to follow. 

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