As part of Black Press’ coverage of the 2022 municipal election, we have asked candidates to submit a short bio about themselves and answer the question of what issues they felt were most important to their area. Candidates were given the same maximum word limit and allowed to distribute them as they chose.
Mike Campol has been the Chief Operating Officer for the Oosoyoos Indian Band, the director for Destination Osoyoos, the director for the South Okanagan Chamber of Commerce, a councillor in the Town of Osoyoos and chairman and founder of the Spirit of the Game Society.
My campaign is quite simple. I’m running with the promise of strong representation.
We are an area comprised of small, unique communities that have area-specific needs. I can promise that I will meet with each community on an ongoing basis, for the purpose of listening and informing.
My focus will always be about quality of life, now and in the future.
This means ensuring that infrastructure needs are met today and that reserve funds are healthy for the future.
I have a proven track record of responsible governing to meet the needs of the electorate.
Area “I” needs an unwavering commitment to be represented with a strong and steady voice at a large table of Directors.
I can be that voice.
My track record in the South Okanagan is well documented. I’ve always acted with the utmost integrity. I’ve been a voice for the vulnerable and brought needed change to the community that I represent.
I am asking for your vote on October 15th.
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