Monday, November 30, 2015

MPP: Randy Hillier - Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington

Dear Lord, we pray for our Member Randy Hillier in Lanark-Frontenac-.Lennox and Addington. Thank you Lord, for Randy that he decided to dedicate his life to serving others.  Father we pray that Randy will feel your presence as he continues to serve in Ontario.  Strengthened him today as he continues a busy schedule, give him wisdom for tough choices and bless him with health.  Lord we pray that he will care about the things You care about too.  Lord we ask that You would bless and protect his family   We ask and pray in your precious name Jesus.  Amen

Randy is the proud father of 4 children, and is fortunate to have the love and support of his wife Jane for over 28 years. They have been long-time residents of Lanark County and currently reside near the Town of Perth.

Randy is an electrician by trade, and a former member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). He is also a former Project Manager in the Public Works division of the Federal Government.
He is one of the four founders of the Lanark Landowners Association, brought to life at a kitchen table in Lanark County to address the challenges and government over-regulation facing farmers and businesses in rural Ontario.
Within a few short years, the Landowners Association went province-wide with chapters in almost every county. Randy Hillier was nominated as the first President at the inaugural meeting of the Ontario Landowners Association and quickly became a strong advocate for the rights of rural communities across the province.
In 2007 Randy sought and won the Progressive Conservative nomination in the riding of Lanark, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington. He went on to win one of 3 new seats for the PC Party in the 2007 Provincial election. In 2011 he won re-election, earning more than 50% of all ballots cast.
Randy continues to hold the Liberal Government to account at Queen's Park for their indifference to the needs of rural Ontarians, the over-regulation that is stifling our businesses' ability to succeed, and the lack of respect for the taxpayers. He will continue this fight on behalf of taxpayers in every corner of this great province.

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