All endorsements are unsolicited, gathered from Facebook, twitter and the Record.
“I should add that if we lived in Waterloo, the top of the Regional Council ballot for us would be the incomparable @janemitchell. She’s spent her entire adult life making Waterloo Region better, and Waterloo should be very grateful she continues to want to serve!”
John Shewchuk, Past Chair, Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council
“Jane Mitchell has my vote for Waterloo Regional Representative. As a Regional
Rep & GRCA chair she helped our community avoid floods and supported policies to
protect water quality & water volumes to support jobs, farms & sustainable economic growth. Amazing lady to support.”
Louisette Lanteigne Environmental Activist, Winner GREN Environmental Award
“Jane Mitchell has contributed greatly to our community. Among her many
accomplishments was the support for more quality child care when many other
politicians didn’t care. Given her grit and experience she still has much to offer. “
Penny Curtis Retired Director, Emmanuel Daycare, Long Time Childcare Advocate
“Jane Mitchell is deeply committed to serving the citizens of Waterloo region in
her role as Regional Councilor. She actively serves on a number of Regional
Committees and is known to be very rarely absent from meetings or events. She is a woman of integrity who will not compromise her principles and speaks for what she believes in. Whether it be the establishment of the Waterloo Infant Toddler Daycare or standing up for future residents of a Supportive Housing project in Waterloo, Jane can be counted on to advocate for those who don’t have a voice.
I have known Jane for many years. When I first met her, she was the librarian at
Renison College Library, I worked in the library on the main campus and our paths crossed many times in the course of our work. At that time, Jane was also serving as a trustee with the Waterloo Region School Board and I was a Commissioner for the Girl Guides and we were being faced with user fees for using school space for our meetings. Jane offered supportive and encouraging guidance on how to appeal to the Board and even though we did not succeed, we knew we had someone on council who understood our position and the impact the decision had.
Jane is also founder and the coordinator for the Waterloo Region Women’s
Campaign School. This school not only encourages women to run for office but also provides them with valuable tools on how to run a successful campaign and how to themselves professionally to the public. The value of this school shows in the number of successful women politicians we now have serving us in Waterloo
As one of those who is inspired by Jane, I strongly urge you to support Jane in the upcoming municipal election by casting your vote for her as Waterloo Region
Laurie Strome, Community Volunteer and Activist. Winner Waterloo Award