Liberal Candidate Michele Fisher has Potential to Become First Female Member of Parliament in Federal Election
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ORANGEVILLE, ON OCTOBER 7, 2019 — With the federal election fast approaching, Michele Fisher is excited for the potential to represent the riding of Dufferin-Caledon and become the first female Member of Parliament for the riding. Fisher is hoping to inspire women to get involved in politics as well as vote in the upcoming election. Fisher’s goal is to preserve what is beautiful and unique about the quality of life in Dufferin-Caledon.
As a communications professional and award-winning writer with 25 years of experience, Fisher understands the corporate, governmental and not-for-profit sectors. The breadth of work in her career has given Fisher valuable insight into the perspectives of a wide range of industries. Since moving to Dufferin-Caledon in 2012, Fisher has been active as the President of the Orangeville Rotary Club and Canadian Federation of University Women.
“I am a firm believer that we are better together. The need for a positive new voice, active leadership, and the ability to unite people for good has propelled me to seek the Liberal nomination for the upcoming federal election,” said Fisher. “Public service is a calling. It has long been in my blood. Much of the inspiration comes from my mother, Betty Fisher, who was a community activist, school board trustee, Chair of the Halton Board of Education, and councillor before her passing in 1990. She instilled in me the value of integrity in politics and in life,” added Fisher.
The 2019 Federal election takes place on October 21st. Fisher has been actively campaigning and connecting with many groups and people within her riding. Her strategy is based on a positive, progressive and practical approach. She will listen to all sides and be a strong voice for our future.
Michelle Fisher is the Liberal candidate for the riding of Dufferin-Caledon for the 2019 Canadian Federal election. Her passion for politics, business and volunteering led her to seek the Liberal nomination to represent Dufferin-Caledon in Ottawa.
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