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On October 22, 2018 vote for Mayor


Thank you so much for visiting my 2018 Ontario Municipal Elections website!

I hope you find the information I'm providing will give you a very clear picture of what I stand for and the vision I have for our beautiful Municipality. We are a wonderful mix of diverse communities and if we foster rich growth while preserving our uniqueness, we will easily make TSBP a place where everyone wants to live, work, vacation or visit.

My roots go back to the mid 1800's when the Jackson family farms lined much of Spring Creek Road.  The Jackson family Cemetery is now called "Spring Creek Cemetery" and is run by the town.  My Great-Great Grandparents John & Ann Jackson built the barn which now hosts the Sure-Bid Auctions. Their stone house still stands to the east of the barn. My Great-Grandparents, Edward & Elizabeth Jackson (who's farm and sawmill was across the road), acquired land at Sauble Beach at the turn of the century, where his five children built cottages.  Having spent my life roaming our once pristine beach, I purchased my current home at Sauble 15 years ago.  I am still surrounded by the Jackson family. 

With a background in Communication and Marketing, I am the current Marketing Manager at Seasons Retirement Community in Owen Sound.  My love for seniors, and the beauty of our location makes Seasons a wonderful place be. 

I enjoy many sports including golf, baseball, hockey and auto racing, having raced my purple #92 Street Stock at Sauble Speedway for several years.  I'm an active and proud member of the Sauble Beach Lions Club and host a charity golf tournament each year, earmarking the funds to needy local causes.

Please contact me if you have any questions, comments or sugestions. I'd love to hear from you.

Voting Instructions

I would like to remind everyone that October 22nd 2018 is Municipal Election Day in South Bruce Peninsula.

Voting in the TSBP is by mail-in ballot, with ballots expected to be mailed out in September 2018.

Ballots will be mailed to your address of record on file with the town.

If you have not received a ballot by October 1st 2018, please call town hall at 519-534-1400 for assistance.

Each voter is eligible to select one candidate for Mayor, one candidate for Deputy Mayor and three (3) candidates for councillor.

On October 22, 2018 vote for Mayor

TSBP 2018 Municipal Election Resources

TSBP Candidates

Click here to see theTown of South Bruce Peninsula Candidate Nominations

Municipal Elections

Click here to visit the Ontario Government website concerning Municipal Elections

Check Eligibility

Click here to visit the VoterLookup website and ensure you are eligible to vote

Voting Day

The 2018 Municipal and School Board elections are Monday, October 22nd, 2018

Election Results

Click here to see the Town of South Bruce Peninsula Election results page