Rapid Response

Municipality Misled Me

October 22, 2010 - On October 21st, the A-Channel news stated that the mayoral race was between Randy Hope and Tom McGregor, and proceeded to promote Hope's campaign for free with a clip of … read more

Wallaceburg Forum Notes

October 19, 2010 - The Newspaper today did not appear to describe the same forum I attended last night. They gave Randy Hope 9 cherry-picked paragraphs of rhetoric dedicated to his responses, making it … read more

Plan for Prosperity

October 16, 2010 - I am pleased to release my Plan for Prosperity - a comprehensive platform of ideas and solutions designed to accelerate our economic development results. If I'm elected mayor, I won't need … read more

Mayor Hope Fell for Exaggerations

October 13, 2010 - With Victor Boutin poised to make another campaign stop in Chatham on behalf of mayor Randy Hope's "Vote Hope Or Else I Take My Millions And Go Home" tour to … read more

Everlast Condo Not Shovel-ready

October 5, 2010 - Since Victor Boutin of Everlast Group announced a $50 million condo/hotel project in downtown Chatham which he made blatantly conditional on Randy Hope's re-election, I've been searching for information. I … read more

Corporate Election Interference?

September 30, 2010 - It's deja vu - a potential investor has politicized a major development announcement with an endorsement of Randy Hope, promising to take his millions and leave if Hope loses. This … read more

Hydro Costs Poised to Skyrocket

- A major issue facing families, seniors and businesses is the escalating cost of electricity. Smart meters were installed under the promise of saving us money, yet most customers will have … read more

Executive Salary Increase

September 15, 2010 - In 2009, most salaries of Chatham-Kent’s Executive Management Team increased 7.3%. This comes in the middle of the worst recession since the ’30s, with local unemployment rating the … read more

August 16, 2010

Stay Tuned…

Category: Uncategorized — Austin Wright @ 1:05 AM

All is ready except filing the papers and making the announcement. Very soon, the sleepy mayoral campaign is going to take off with positive new ideas for our future. We’re also asking the media to question other candidates about their motives in the mayoral campaign, based on a history of tag-team antics and schemes. While this site is dedicated to forward-thinking platform issues, it won’t hesitate to expose the malfeasance that has happened during the past 4 years which the media kept hidden.

As the runner-up in the 2003 mayoral election, I’m pleased to offer my name and experience to the people of Chatham-Kent. I’m not a politician, but I’ve been working hard on the issues and developing ideas so that living in Chatham-Kent can be a better experience for all. With my whole family under attack for my own attempts at exposing the political corruption, nobody has paid a heavier price for trying to make his community a better place. I’m dedicated to this community, and vow to clean up the mischief at city hall and put Chatham-Kent back on track to a better future for all.