Morey thanks campaign supporters

  • Nov. 6, 2013 5:29 p.m.

I want to take this final moment to thank all those incredible people that helped me during this 2013 campaign.

Unfortunately I was not successful in our endeavour to serve on the next City council. I am thrilled to see that the voter turnout saw a significant increase over the last number of elections; an indication that people were truly engaged in this campaign.

As in all elections there are winners and there are losers. This year was made more challenging because of the large number of 30 candidates and I am sure people will be analyzing the results for quite some time.

I am proud of the campaign I ran as well as the team that worked with me. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

Your confidence in me made it all worth it. Now we turn our focus back onto the work in the community that I love so much. To our new Mayor Tara Veer – congratulations I know you will do us proud and to the council members old and new I know that you will all use sound judgment as you move our beautiful City forward in a positive manner fitting all its residents.

Congratulations to all of you.

Dawna Morey

Red Deer

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