Candidates running in Windsor West
Published Friday, October 11, 2019 1:08PM EDT
Last Updated Friday, October 18, 2019 1:57PM EDT
A look at the candidates running in the Windsor West riding in the 2019 federal election, listed in alphabetical order by last name:
Darryl is a 36-year-old CNC operator from Harrow who was inspired to run for the PPC for the first time because he believes in party leader Maxime Bernier’s vision that puts Canadians first.
Quinn Hunt is a law student at the University of Windsor and Detroit Mercy. The 23-year-old also works at Windsor Assembly Plant and is making his first run at federal politics.
Henry Lau is a retired business person, selling his shares in Standard Tool & Mold Inc. in 2006. He’s previously run for politics municipally, provincially and federally for the Progressive Conservatives and Conservative Party of Canada.
Brian Masse is the six-term incumbent, holding assignments such as the critic of Great Lakes, Canada-US border, Innovation, Science and Economic Development. The 51-year-old is married with two children.
Sandra Pupatello served as a member of provincial parliament for 16 years as a Liberal, holding cabinet positions as the minister of education and international development and trade, among others. Since her leave from politics, she’s worked in the private sector at PricewaterhouseCoopers, The Windsor-Essex Economic Development Corporation and was also the chair of Hydro One.
This is Margaret’s sixth time running for the Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada, her first campaign dating back to 1979. She says a vote for her makes a statement that rejects the undemocratic system of party rule. Margaret is also the spokesperson for the Windsor Peace Coalition.