Terry Sheehan plans to "hit the ground running" after winning his second term as Sault Ste. Marie's Member of Parliament.
"We're going to redouble our efforts, continue to move this community forward," Sheehan told reports at a victory party tonight at the Grand Theatre.
The full video of his remarks to reporters at tonight's victory party is posted above.
Conservative challenger Sonny Spina's supporters were gathered at the Machine Shop to watch election results roll in. HIs campaign earned approximately 32 per cent of votes cast.
“My promise, moving forward, is that I will do everything to work with the residents of Sault Ste. Marie, with our government officials, to continue moving forward in the best interests of our community,” Spina told supporters at The Machine Shop Monday night.
“That will never end and that is a promise that I give to this community."