Stephen Lecce is the Ontario PC candidate for King-Vaughan; fighting for affordability and opportunity for you and the next generation.
Born as the son of immigrants, Stephen was raised in Vaughan, where he first became involved in Vaughan and King Township during the 1999 election of the late Member of Provincial Parliament Al Palladini.
Stephen is a small business owner and community leader, who has advocated for lower taxes and hydro rates for middle class families and seniors. He stood-up against Liberal school closures in the community and cuts to children with developmental disabilities, and has long supported the creation of good jobs for our young people.
Stephen advanced Canadian interests at home and abroad – including the promotion of jobs and economic growth – as the former Chief Spokesperson to Canada’s 22nd Prime Minister. Stephen has promoted democracy in North Africa, raised funds for local charities including the Vaughan Hospital, and has been an active volunteer in the community, serving as immediate past First Vice President of the National Congress of Italian Canadians, Youth Education Chair of Vaughan’s Royal Canadian Legion (Branch 414), volunteer at local food banks and seniors homes, and an active member of the Vaughan Chamber of Commerce.
Stephen strongly believes it’s time for affordable change in Ontario.