Woodbridge, Ontario – Steven Del Duca and his team installed the first lawn sign of his 2018 re-election campaign on Chancellor Drive in Vaughan—Woodbridge.
“I have been so lucky to reside in Vaughan for many years with my family,” said Steven Del Duca. “When I consider the things that we are investing in, I personally think about my daughters and other Vaughan families that I have been so honored to represent and I want to make sure they have the same degree of opportunity, if not more than I had growing up.”
As a 31-year resident of Vaughan and an active participant in local politics long before the installation of his first lawn sign in the 2012 by-election, Steven Del Duca has been a tireless champion for Vaughan—Woodbridge families.
Del Duca’s advocacy has been geared towards delivering real results on issues that most affect his neighbours such as the need for a hospital and a subway in Vaughan, more GO train service and GO station parking spots, 6 more schools and a new 10-bed residential hospice for families facing the death of loved ones.
“The stakes in this election campaign are extraordinarily high. Over the next month, you should ask yourself, who do you want fighting for you and your family at Queen’s Park?” asked Del Duca. “Because here in Woodbridge, the truth of the matter is that we have delivered positive results by listening to the community and by working together and we need your help to continue to support a better quality of life for everyone in Vaughan.”
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