Liberal Candidate for Kings North
Geof Turner ran for the Nova Scotia Legislature in 2017 as the candidate for Kings North. He is committed to working with you and all levels of government to make a difference in our community.
Geof works as a mail clerk for Canada Post in Kentville. He volunteers with the Kentville Lions Club and Centreville Community Development Association. He is also a member of the Charles MacDonald Concrete House Museum.
For 15 years, he served on the executive of the Valley Canadian Union of Postal Workers. As president, Geof provided strong fiscal management, diplomacy, and leadership. He is a graduate of Acadia University.
Geof and his wife Sherri have two daughters. The family lives in Steam Mill, steps from where he grew up as the youngest son of Reg and Eileen Turner. They instilled in him a deep love for the people, history, and place we call home, Kings North.
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Working together for inclusion and equity is important to Geof. Our community is better when we celebrate and support one another. That’s why Geof attends educational events and fundraisers like the Kentville Walk of Pride, Open Arm’s Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser, and a recent Pride Day in Scot’s Bay.
Geof works with all levels of government to listen, learn, and advocate for our community. Kings County is championing two ambitious green energy projects. The first is a wind farm located north of CFB Greenwood. The second is a solar farm, the largest in Atlantic Canada, proposed for Meadowview. And investments in trails and affordable housing will offer enhanced living opportunities in our communities.
Being a part of a community means connecting with others and helping where you can. Geof is a volunteer with the local Lions Club and community development and historical associations. You will see him serving pancakes or doing community cleanups and coordinating grant applications to help our community grow.
Geof recognizes that small businesses and entrepreneurial ideas help drive the economy in rural communities like ours. When he visits local entrepreneurs, many of whom have chosen Kings North to be their new home, he’s encouraged by their optimism, investment, and new opportunities for all.
Elections Nova Scotia has made it easy and convenient for you to vote safely in this election. Now is the time to make your vote plan to ensure your voice is heard.
Every Day: You can vote every day at 495 Main Street, Kentville – Monday to Saturday, 9am to 6pm
Advance Poll: You can vote early at Advance Polls from August 7 to 14
Mail: You can apply for a write-in ballot, visit electionsnovascotia.ca/WriteinBallot
Election Day: Vote on Election Day, Tuesday, August 17Additional Voting Information Vote Safe
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