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After eight years in municipal politics with the Town of Stratford, Randy Cooper has decided to enter provincial politics.
Since 2010, Cooper has been the councillor for Ward 3 – Tea Hill and had served as chairman of the finance and technology committee and had been deputy mayor since 2014.
“I love this community and want to continue to serve the residents of Mermaid-Stratford,” said Cooper.
On Jan. 24 in front of a capacity crowd at the Stratford Town Hall, Cooper accepted the Liberal nomination for District 5 - Mermaid-Stratford.
“I am proud to have been part of the Stratford town council and even more proud of our accomplishments. I want to bring my experience to the legislative assembly representing the residents of Mermaid-Stratford.”
Cooper is president of Bradmax Inc., a property management and development company on P.E.I., former sales manager at Atlantic CAT and account manager-east at Reddin Farm Equipment.
grew up bagging groceries and pumping gas at the family business in Eldon, Cooper’s Red & White.
Cooper continues to be a dedicated volunteer in the community and currently is past-president of the Pownal Minor Hockey Association. He also helped establish the Hi 5 for Kids Gold Rush Draw alongside volunteer Cory Barlow.