On a recent evening at the home of Mitchell Brownstein, until recently the Cote Saint-Luc City Councillor for District 7, he gathered many of his volunteers for his bid for the mayor’s office in the upcoming election. In this video recorded, that night, Mitchell describes his background, circumstances and people who brought him to the point of seeking the highest office in our city.

My friendship and aspiration for our community goes back well over 25 years with Mitchell. Having worked on my first political campaign Mitchell took interest in local politics and I convinced him to seek office himself. We have served together ever since and supported each others visions and goals and shared in many common achievements. Significant within our many accomplishments together is our involvement in ensuring Canadian Unity and successfully demerging from the undemocratically forced Montreal megacity.

Mitchell Brownstein, Anthony Housefather, Ruth Kovac and Glenn J. Nashen tally up results in leading the city to victory in the demerger battle

Mitchell Brownstein, Anthony Housefather, Ruth Kovac and Glenn J. Nashen tally up results in leading the city to victory in the demerger battle

Mitchell is very much a leader with a positive and progressive vision for Cote Saint-Luc. Having seen what he can do over the years as a city councillor I have no doubt in his abilities to take our city to even higher heights in terms of outstanding services to residents at reasonable cost. He has a vision for strong, sound business practice and firm fiscal management. His legal background will guide him in managing the local administration and workforce while his impressive interpersonal skills and sense of social justice will ensure that our city remains one of the best places to live, to raise a family and to remain in once the children have grown and moved on.

Please watch the video and post your reasons for supporting Mitchell Brownstein for mayor here on my blog and on Facebook.

Brownstein for Mayor 2016