I have taken the time to meet Brian Gallant & Madison the granddaughter was there also to work the camera & at 15 years of age have her first encounter of politics with grammy.
I spoke to him about my love for New Brunswick as ' I Come From Away' & being a senior now I try to stay physically active in the BSA Community Centre however it is on a boarded up bowling alley & some government help to give us a hand up would be grateful...
Then last week I had Jake Stewart come to my door. He asked ME what my concerns where & what I was not happy with. Roads always come up as ours take a beating from loaded peat moss transports at all hours of the day & night. Then I spoke of the shape of the BSA Community Centre & he was shocked to know that area even existed!
He had gotten a couple of grants for the centre's roof, kitchen, & bathroom updates but never knew of us behind the double doors.
Today he came to the centre & viewed the state of the floors & back wall. He agreed it does have to be updated & if he's elected it will happen.
So many of us are hoping/voting for Jake Stewart!
I Googled him & was amazed at all his humanitarian accomplishments, this man really is a bright star & one to watch in the years ahead.
He's working off a platter not a plate & I don't see him slowing down anytime soon but I hope he is careful as bright stars burn out the fastest.
Jake Stewart has the largest area to cover in New Brunswick, from Escuminac, where he was heading after our meeting, to just outside Fredericton! That is a lot of door knocking & I'm sure glad that he knocked on my door to introduce himself!
Thank you for stopping in for a visit & please take the time to vote. It is your privilege & your right!