Theresa Qadri wins Liberal nomination for Carleton

Theresa Qadri at the Liberal nomination meeting. Photo via Facebook.

(Photo via Facebook.)

Theresa Qadri will be the Liberal candidate in Carleton for the provincial election in June.

She won the nomination at an event this afternoon at South Carleton High School, defeating fellow contestant Kim Elliott.

Many Stittsville residents will know Theresa through her community volunteer work in Stittsville (Stittsville Food Bank, Rotary Club, and Stittsville Village Association), her work as a real estate agent, and co-owner of the old Showbiz Entertainment store on Stittsville Main Street. Her husband Shad is Stittsville’s city councillor.

She’ll face off against PC candidate Goldie Ghamari.  The NDP and Green Party have yet to pick a candidate to run in Carleton.

Election day in Ontario is June 7, 2018.


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2 thoughts on “Theresa Qadri wins Liberal nomination for Carleton”

  1. Congratulations, Theresa. I knew you when you were seven or so. You are one of nine George sisters. I went out with Nancy briefly.

    David Wootton

  2. I AM HAPPY THAT THERESA IS RUNNING FOR CANDIDATE. I DEALTH WITH HER DAUGHTER SUZANNA AND FIND HER VERY HELPFULL. I WOULD LIKE TO CONTRIBUTE TO HER CAMPAIGN BUT DON’T KNOW HOW.

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