Two Mayors Publicly Endorse Maximilien Roy
MayorsMichael Sudlow and Martin Saindon, respectively from Ogden and Dixville, publicly endorse Maximilien Roy in the Liberal Party of Canada’s nomination in Compton-Stanstead.
“I believe Maximilien Roy would be an excellent spokesperson and MP for this region of the Townships”, says Mr. Sudlow. “His roots are here, he is very well informed on a whole range of topics, has very good conversational skills in both languages and is a good listener. Is he too polite to be a politician? I certainly hope not!”
“Mr. Roy shows a strong desire for a rapprochement between the rural world and the municipalities with the federal government”, affirms Mr. Saindon. “He demonstrates a lot of interest in our challenges and our difficulties. His willingness to support us is genuine. He is an example for the youth of his generation and a model of the renewal of the Liberal Party.”
Previously, Mr. Roy received the public endorsement of Robert Benoit, former Orford MNA, who stated that “Maximilien Roy is a young and dynamic man from the area who has an excellent academic and professional background. We need to let a new generation enter politics to work towards shaping the country we want, and I think Maximilien will make a great Member of Parliament.”
“Being publicly endorsed by municipal representatives is very dear to me, as they deliver most of the direct services to citizens. It is my wish to work closely with elected representatives from all levels to develop our region”, concludes M. Roy.
Maximilien Roy has been endorsed by Ogden mayor Michael Sudlow and Dixville mayor Martin Saindon in the Liberal Party of Canada’s nomination in Compton-Stanstead.