PROFILE: Lea Ricketts, area G

Lea Ricketts is running for the electoral area G seat

Lea Ricketts is a third generation British Columbian with an immense love for the Fraser Valley. By trade she is a non-fiction writer and also works in the community at the local country store.

People who know Lea can vouch for the fact that she is friendly, easy to approach, a great listener, and yet fearless when it comes to the rights of her people and the enhancement of her community.

She is involved in several local initiatives, is incredibly hard working, and is excited for the challenge to represent area G.

Lea chose to run for electoral area director because she has the kind of strong voice and positive energy it takes to impact change on behalf of her constituents.

You can reach Lea at, or through Facebook at Vote Lea Ricketts.

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