Incumbent Councillor Christine Moore hopes for second term

Christine Moore has officially announced her intentions for run in the Oct. 16 election

Red Deer County Councillor Christine Moore has announced she will be running for a second term as councillor.

The incumbent councillor was first elected to the county’s council representing Division Six in 2013.

“I am very proud of the accomplishments of Red Deer County,” Moore said.

Moore’s work with the county council has seen excellent growth, and can claim a debt free county after this budget cycle.

Red Deer County is often recognized provincially as a leader with responsible and “responsive government.”

“More than ever, experienced leadership is required to sustain the momentum needed to reach our full potential.

Moore says she hopes to continue her work on council in her second term.

Specifically, Moore says she wants to continue the work already established to reach the goals and vision set during this last term.

“I hope that my proven track record of hard work, availability, being visible amongst you, and always supporting you in every question or concern, demonstrates my commitment to you,” said Moore.

Moore’s experience includes time served on local and provincial boards, committees and commissions as well as working as Deputy Mayor and board chairperson on various boards.

Moore believes she is an accountable person, highlighting her transparency in “all discussions, deliberations and decision making” within council.

She calls herself an advocate for the people in her division.

“I am passionate and dedicated to the needs of Division 6 residents,” Moore said.

Moore says she uses her “extensive network” to work for the community and her constituents.

“I have come to appreciate the unique and different needs of Division 6 and indeed of the whole County.”

More information about Moore can be found on her website

The municipal election will be held on Oct. 16 across Alberta, with Nomination Day, when those interested in running are to submit their intention forms, on Sept. 18.

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