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Chris Holt Launches Mayoral Campaign

Tuesday July 12th, 2022, 11:49am


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Chris Holt announced this morning that he is running for Mayor of Windsor.

“Throughout my last two terms, I have come to the conclusion that the majority of Windsor residents, regardless of what neighbourhood they call home, are looking for a better Windsor,” says Holt. “Clean and safe neighbourhoods, great amenities to enjoy our lives around, efficient and affordable transportation of all kinds. I’m running to be the next Mayor of Windsor to actually build the city we all want and deserve and to build it together.”

Holt has held the Ward 4 seat in the City of Windsor for eight years. He’s been a member of the Development Charge Task Force, Windsor Business Improvement Area Advisory Committees, and all four
Business Improvement Areas in the Walkerville and Ford City area.

“This is a watershed moment for our community. The decisions we make now will define the community we become over the next 20 to 30 years, with unprecedented investments coming,” he notes. “It’s time to elect a leader with a complete grasp of how to build a resilient and sustainable city. It’s time to elect a leader that listens to you in building the city you can be proud of.”

Holt has been a lifelong Windsorite and a resident of Walkerville since 2002 alongside his wife Nancy, children Olivia and Logan, and their dog Milo. He is an employee of Ford Motor Company and co-owner of Chapter II Brewing Company in Ford City.

Current Mayor Drew Dilkens has not announced his intentions yet. Ernie Lamont and Benjamin Danyluk have also announced their intentions to run for Mayor.

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