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O’Rourke to seek federal Liberal nomination in Guelph

Dominique O'Rourke announces her intention to seek the federal Liberal nomination in Guelph. @DTORourke/X

Dominique O’Rourke announced on Thursday that she is entering the race to replace outgoing Lloyd Longfield as the federal Liberal candidate in the riding of Guelph.

In a news release, the Guelph city councillor says she has been wanting to run in a federal election citing her 25 years as a volunteer, professional leadership, and experience on city council.

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“I have seen the vital role that the federal government plays in the health and economic stability of a city and want to take my knowledge and passion for city building to the federal level,” she said in a statement.

O’Rourke is the first person to declare her candidacy since Longfield, the current Guelph MP, announced earlier this year that he will not be running in the next federal election.

 

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