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Candidate Profile TB-Superior North: Adam Cherry (Consensus)

Schreiber resident says top-down party politics never work and most Ontarians seen their true needs put on the back burner to party wants.
Adam Cherry
Adam Cherry, Consensus Party candidate in Thunder Bay-Superior North.

THUNDER BAY – Adam Cherry wants to do just what his party’s name says it will do – build consensus before making decisions at Queen’s Park.

Cherry, who once ran a successful music label, says he’s a Canadian through and through and plans to do his best, if elected, to make Ontario a better place to live for everyone.

“I plan on strengthening our community safety throughout the Thunder Bay area,” Cherry said, in a statement issued to Dougall Media earlier this month.

Cherry, a candidate in Thunder Bay-Superior North, said Northwestern Ontario has a lot to offer Ontario’s economic portfolio, and it’s time politicians in southern Ontario were made to realize that and work with the North to ensure the opportunity is not lost.

Continuing with the status quo is not the answer, he said.

“It’s obvious that the long-term future of Ontario is its North and the bottom line is only a Consensus (Party) MPP can bring your municipality’s true priorities to the decision-makers are Queen’s Park. Old-style, top-down party politics will never be able to present your true needs ahead of their party,” Cherry said.

Cherry, in his profile on the Consensus Party website, says he’s an exciting and compassionate leader who spent several years in Thunder Bay before relocating to Schreiber where he lives with his wife and four children.

A graduate of Georgian College, he’s also worked in marketing and has written several songs.

Prior to moving to Northern Ontario, he was a candidate for municipal council in southern Ontario. He’s also volunteered for a number of charitable organizations, including Easter Seals and the Salvation Army.

He says a vote for him is a vote for freedom.

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