Manan Gupta Campaign for Brampton Wards 7/8 Secures Key Endorsements
The municipal campaign for Wards 7/8 City Councillor is shaping out to be an interesting run with leading candidate and community advocate Manan Gupta securing prominent endorsements from numerous community and professional organisations.
The Ward 7/8 City Councillor position is an open seat being keenly contested by 13 candidates due to the retirement of long time Councillor Sandra Hames after an accomplished representation serving over 24 years.
Manan Gupta Campaign has made big breakthrough in receiving endorsements from Canadian Labour Congress, Peel Regional Labour Council, Punjabi Broadcasters Association of Ontario, South Asian Press Club and prominent Senior’s Clubs. Retiring Councillor Sandra is also pleased to support and endorse the candidacy of Manan along with MP Parm Gill and MPP Harinder Takhar.
Manan is committed to offer an honest, sincere and professional representation to his constituents. As a long time resident of Brampton and small business owner, Manan believes it is time to elect a passionate and experienced voice with fresh ideas in order to achieve quantifiable results. His educational qualification, professional expertise, multilingual skills, diversified experience in the field of crime prevention & community safety, leadership and volunteering roles with numerous agencies, successful track record and a strong understanding of the challenges faced by Brampton make him an ideal candidate to deliver the best results for Wards 7/8.
The election campaign is in full swing as many candidates are busy interacting with constituents through door knocking and via other media platforms. With advance voting underway on October 14th, 15th, 16th and 18th, Manan Gupta Campaign is urging voters to elect him towards making Brampton a safer, inclusive and prosperous place.
For more information about campaign trail, please visit www.manangupta.ca or drop in at the campaign office located at 1940 Steeles Avenue East (Bramalea and Steeles). The phone numbers are 416 451 0040 and 289 946 0040.