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Having known and worked with Steve Benson for well over a decade, I can state without hesitation that I’ve seldom met a man of his integrity, honesty, and talent.
Fully committed to any project, large or small, Steve has a work ethic that is not easily found in today’s world and it is this work ethic, combined with his people skills, dedication and commitment to his home town that will make him a valuable asset on the Hamilton political scene.
I have know Steve for the better part of 8 years; Initially as a neighbour. Subsequently Steve has become a close friend. He is a conscientious individual who cares not only for his family but for all those around him. He has helped countless times with my elderly parents when I could not be there. He is intelligent, honest and hard working, a type of individual who would serve his community with all his energy and many skill sets. It is without hesitation that I support Steve’s nomination for Councillor for the City Of Hamilton
News around Hamilton Ontario
Hamilton's Ward 8 council race gets interesting as municipal election nears end:Police interview...
on October 15, 2018 at 6:50 pm
Hamilton Police have interviewed Ward 8 council candidate Colleen Wicken and Coun. Terry Whitehead over alleged data breach. […]
Stoney Creek's Ward 5 candidates focus on development and infrastructure in downtown
on October 14, 2018 at 4:21 pm
"I want Hamilton to honour its affordable housing commitment," said Ward 5 candidate Juanita Maldonado. […]
Hamilton Mountain's Ward 14 candidates start endorsing each other prior to Oct. 22 election:Iszkula...
on October 14, 2018 at 2:55 pm
Terry Whitehead "has a proven track record of getting things done and the residents believe him," said Ward 14 competitor Vincent Samuel. […]
Hamilton's Ward 3 candidates tout their skills to replace outgoing Coun. Matthew Green
on October 11, 2018 at 7:58 pm
"If you don't agree with me that's OK. We will find solutions that matter to address the issue that you are raising," said Ward 3 candidate Nrinder Nann. […]