September 4, 2017 7:00 am
Updated: October 17, 2017 2:33 am

Calgary election 2017: Sean Chu re-elected in Ward 4

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Incumbent  Sean Chu reclaimed his Ward 4 seat in the 2017 Calgary election, according to unofficial results Monday night.

Below is a full list of candidates.

Blair Berdusco

Blair Berdusco has lived in several communities in the city of Calgary and aims to give the residents and businesses of Ward 4 better representation at council. Her focus as a council candidate is on planning for affordable housing, desirable neighbourhoods and making Calgary a good place for young people to call home.

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Berdusco’s website

Berdusco’s Facebook page

Berdusco’s Twitter account

Sean Chu (Incumbent)

Sean Chu served as an officer with the Calgary Police Service for 21 years and was elected to city council in 2013. In his bid to be re-elected to represent Ward 4, Chu is focusing on the Green Line LRT, improving safety in communities and holding council accountable fiscally.

Chu’s website

Chu’s Facebook page

Chu’s Twitter account

Srinivas Ganti

Srinivas Ganti is a business strategist who values lean governance. In his campaign to represent Ward 4 at city council, Ganti is focusing on budget development and control, spending efficiency and tax spending.

Ganti’s website

Ganti’s Facebook Page

Ganti’s Twitter account

Greg Miller

Greg Miller describes himself as an active volunteer in the city who is also an active speaker in committee and before city council itself. As he runs to get a seat on council, Miller’s focus is on transportation and safe streets, property taxes and public investment.

Miller’s website

Miller’s Facebook page

Miller’s Twitter account

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