Sam Kühn is a longtime social justice activist, community legal worker and father of four children. He is running for office in order to continue his advocacy for disabled children, quality public education, housing rights and environmental protection while opposing islamophobia, racism and intolerance.
Propelled into the world of Quebec politics through a struggle to obtain essential services for his daughter Charlotte who was diagnosed with autism, he has lead a public campaign to obtain speech therapy for her from the provincial government who’s austerity measures are having devastating effects on disabled persons and their families.
Born in Montréal, he has lived in Ontario and Nova Scotia and has worked as a community legal worker representing tenants before tribunals on tenant-landlord issues. He is now a full time caregiver and stay at home Dad for his four children Anna 6, Charlotte and Simone 7 and Gavin 13.
Sam first came into contact with the Green Party after party leader Alex Tyrrell supported his efforts to obtain services for his daughter Charlotte. He decided to run as a candidate after reading the party’s eco-socialist platform that advocates for environmental protection, social justice, better public healthcare services and a more equitable society.
For Sam Kühn every vote cast for the Green Party of Québec helps the party progress on the political stage, shows that our program resonates with the population and contributes to the development of the organization. For all these reasons (and many more) Sam Kühn would be honoured to have your support in the upcoming election.
To reach Mr. Kühn, please contact the Green Party of Quebec at 514 612 3365 or firstname.lastname@example.org.