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Owen Sound Councillor Seeks Tory Nomination

Grey Bruce | by Matt Hermiz  

First-term councillor Brock Hamley declares intention to enter Conservative nomination race in Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound

A rookie Owen Sound councillor has declared his intention to seek the Conservative nomination in Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound.

Brock Hamley is the latest to join a crowded race to represent the Tories in the riding for this year's federal election.

Since current Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MP Larry Miller announced last month he won't seek re-election, six people have now expressed interest in being the Conservative candidate.

Hamley is only months into his first term as a city councillor in Owen Sound.

He has previously worked for Milton MP and Deputy Conservative Party Leader Lisa Raitt, and mostly recently for a company that facilitates public consultations in communities across North America.

Along with Hamley, Rick Byers, Chad Richards, Ken Brown, Paul Vickers and Alex Ruff have also declared their intentions to seek the Conservative nomination.

No date has been announced yet for the nomination meeting.

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