Liberal Candidate for Cumberland South
Raised in Fenwick and a graduate of Cumberland Regional Vocational School, Roland “Rollie” Lawless began a military career that saw postings to Gagetown, Petawawa, Halifax, and Lahr, Germany. He also saw active duty in Yugoslavia as a United Nations Peacekeeper.
After a medical release from the military and treatment for chronic pain and PTSD, Rollie became an advocate for Homeless Veterans. He became Vice President of VETS Canada and Director of Veteran Outreach with the Society of Atlantic Heroes. Rollie recognized the need for a medical facility in Atlantic Canada dedicated to military veterans and a safe place for those with PTSD while they attend medical appointments. He co-founded a society whose goal is to see the Veterans Memorial Medical Centre built in Nova Scotia.
Rollie is committed to improving the lives of those around him and needs your vote so he can do the same for the people of Cumberland South as their next MLA.
Nova Scotia is ready to take the next step. We have an opportunity, right now, and an obligation to leave a better legacy for our children – by increasing equity, protecting the environment and building a better tomorrow.Learn More
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 the Cumberland County Exhibition 62 Waverly St, Oxford – Monday to Saturday, 9 am to 6 pm
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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