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Mark McKenzie Seeking Conservative Nomination

Windsor City Councillor Mark McKenzie has announced that he is seeking the Conservative Party of Canada Nomination in the riding of Windsor-Tecumseh-Lakeshore, for the upcoming Federal Election.

McKenzie, who spent close to 20 years on the radio before winning a tight race in 2022 to become the City Councillor for Ward 4, says that he’s running for the Conservative nomination due to what he calls an affordability crisis in this country, which was caused by our current Liberal Government. “1 in 4 children in this country are missing meals, because their parents can’t afford groceries. Canadians shouldn’t have to choose between feeding their kids or paying their rent” says McKenzie.

Mark McKenzie says that his time at Windsor City Council table, has provided him with the knowledge, experience, and proven track record to properly represent Windsor, Tecumseh, and Lakeshore at the federal level. “I’ve proven to be a Common-Sense voice at the council table, and I will use that knowledge and experience to be a voice in Ottawa.”

McKenzie says that his main priorities will be Affordability, Crime, and Housing. “This year alone, Canada will spend $54.1 Billion Dollars on debt costs alone.” McKenzie also believes our Federal Government needs to get tougher on criminals and eliminate what he calls “a revolving door justice system”. Earlier this year, McKenzie asked Windsor Police and the Greater Essex County District School Board to start collaborating to address the large increase in Youth Crime in Windsor-Essex.

Mark McKenzie is currently the City Councillor for Ward 4 in Windsor, and sits on 12 Boards & Committees, including Development & Heritage Committee, Environment, Transportation, & Public Safety Committee, Community Services Committee, ERCA, EWSWA, Property Standards Committee, and is also Chair of the Windsor Public Library Board.



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