Markham Ward 5 - Move AHEAD with FRED

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Campaign video - 20180925.mp4

I will be your strong voice for Ward 5

Please help spread my words and distribute my campaign chain letter to 5+ of your Ward 5 neighbours and friends.

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With resounding support from Councillor Colin Campbell

I am your ONLY logical choice!

On October 22nd, 2018 - Online voting available from Oct 12th

Elect FRED as your next City of Markham Ward 5 Councillor

Markham Ward 5 - Move AHEAD with FRED

Harness our diversity to transform Markham into a Smart and Patriotic city

I love my Markham, where we safely live, work, play, prosper and grow together

Let your voice be heard - post your suggestions and comments here

Campaign Theme Song - "Everyday People" by Sly & The Family Stone

Sometimes I'm right and I can be wrong - My own beliefs are in my song - The butcher, the banker, the drummer and then - Makes no difference what group I'm in - I am everyday people, yeah, yeah

There is a blue one - Who can't accept the green one - For living with a fat one - Trying to be a skinny one - Different strokes - For different folks

And so on and so on - And scooby dooby dooby - Oh sha sha - We got to live together

I am no better and neither are you - We are the same, whatever we do - You love me, you hate me, you know me and then - You can't figure out the bag I'm in - I am everyday people, yeah yeah

There is a long hair - That doesn't like the short hair - For being such a rich one - That will not help the poor one - Different strokes - For different folks

And so on and so on - And scooby dooby dooby - Oh sha sha - We got to live together

There is a yellow one - That won't accept the black one - That won't accept the red one - That won't accept the white one - Different strokes - For different folks

And so on and so on - And scooby dooby dooby - Oh sha sha - I am everyday people

The Right to Vote and why you should Vote

Millions around the world are willing to die for the right to vote, yet it is a right that some of us has taken for granted far more than we should. Voter turnout at previous municipal elections were disappointing at 37.09% for City of Markham in 2014 election. We are so privilege and fortunate to have the right to vote and we are so lucky to live in a country where democracy is a way of life, why don’t we exercise that right?

It is easy to forget that millions dedicated their lives to fight for this right, they gave everything in the name of suffrage for us to live in a peaceful and welcoming Canada. In Canada today, voting in federal elections is a right enshrined in our Charter of Rights and Freedoms for citizens 18 years and older. But it wasn’t always like that.