To Not Divide Communities: Skedline Interview

Robb Johannes / by Joyita Sengupta

Photo by Joyita Sengupta / Skedline

“The mayor is only one vote on council… they do have additional responsibilities to do with your ability to listen and facilitate everybody, to not divide communities… I don’t think there’s anything really all that radical in my campaign. It’s nothing that’s not already being done in terms of Canadian federal law and other parts of the world.”
– Robb Johannes (via Skedline)

Thanks to Skedline for an interview and feature with Robb and social media/volunteer coordinator Katherine Cummings on the nucleus of the Robb Not Ford campaign and the challenges facing grassroots candidates despite the strength of their platforms.

Read the full article HERE.

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Mayoral Candidate for Toronto 2014. #robbnotford
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