Steve Pinsonneault Ready to Get It Done in Lambton—Kent—Middlesex


January 27, 2024

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

STRATHROY – Today, local members of the Ontario PC Party elected Steve Pinsonneault as the party’s candidate for the upcoming by-election in Lambton—Kent—Middlesex.

A proud resident of Thamesville, Steve Pinsonneault is well-known for his public service. Since 2006, Steve has dedicated himself to the well-being of his community, serving as Councillor for Ward 3 (East Kent) on Chatham-Kent Council. He continues to help keep his community safe by serving as a volunteer firefighter.

“Steve Pinsonneault is the right candidate to stand up for the people of Lambton—Kent—Middlesex against the high-tax, low-growth policies of the Liberals and NDP,” said Michael Diamond, President of the Ontario PC Party. “As a member of the Ontario PC team at Queen’s Park, Steve will keep fighting to bring high-quality health care, good-paying jobs and better highways and infrastructure to southwestern Ontario.”

A small business owner, Steve is passionate about creating new jobs and new opportunities in the skilled trades. As a lifelong resident of Lambton—Kent—Middlesex, a dedicated husband and the father of three adult children, Steve is running to strengthen his community for future generations.

“There’s nothing more important than the health and prosperity of our residents,” said Steve Pinsonneault, Ontario PC Candidate for Lambton—Kent—Middlesex. “I’m running with the Ontario PC Party in order to continue building the Wallaceburg hospital, create good-paying local jobs and fight to make life more affordable for the people of our community.”

Steve Pinsonneault is ready to Get It Done for Lambton—Kent—Middlesex!

Quotes:

“As a long-serving local councillor, Steve Pinsonneault has what it takes to Get It Done for Lambton—Kent—Middlesex at Queen’s Park. Working alongside Doug Ford, Steve is the right candidate to attract highly skilled jobs, improve the safety of our local highways, and build our new hospital. I’ve seen Steve in action, and I know that his grassroots approach makes him the right candidate for our riding.”

— Monte McNaughton, former Member of Provincial Parliament for Lambton—Kent—Middlesex, 2011-2023

Media Inquiries:

Zachary Zarnett-Klein                                                                                                                         

Director of Communications, Ontario PC Party                                                                      

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