Election 2014: Council candidate Josh Steffler

Township of Esquimalt: Steffler, Josh - council candidate

  • Nov. 6, 2014 2:00 p.m.

Josh Steffler - council candidate

Bio

Josh, 35, is a loving, devoted family man who works hard as a strong advocate for liberty, prosperity and community. Josh was born and raised on south Vancouver Island, and has raised his family in Esquimalt for the past 14 years. Josh is a steadfast contributor to values-based leadership with an unshakable moral compass founded in protecting the rights of the individual.

 

Why should I vote for you?

I am not a professional politician; I am an average working man. Politics should be representative across the board, and we have enough lawyers, lobbyists and consultants running the show. We need people who are bakers (like me) and barbers included on council. Vote for the underdog.

 

Your main goal if elected?

Save taxpayers some money, as I can hardly afford to save for my own retirement and kids’ education. We can do that my implementing a wage cap on high salaries of middle and upper management. We need lower taxes to encourage prosperity is shared by all people of the community.

 

Website: www.joshsteffler.ca

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