Ellen Zoppo-Sassu has announced her second run for Mayor.
During the 2015 election, current Mayor Ken Cockayne narrowly won by 126+- votes.
In the social media video, Zoppo-Sassu takes multiple jabs at Cockayne and explains why she should be Mayor.
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