Charlie Clark to seek second term as Saskatoon mayor
SASKATOON -- Charlie Clark will seek a second term as mayor this fall.
Clark made the announcement Wednesday during a news conference on the top floor of the Sheraton Cavalier hotel.
During the announcement, Clark said the decision run again was made in consultation with his wife and children — who introduced him at the event.
Clark said his official campaign will begin in September with a focus will on helping the city's economy recover from the effects of COVID-19.
"Politics in these turbulent times is not for the faint of heart. I am running for re-election as mayor because I know what is needed to guide our city through the challenges ahead.," Clark said in his prepared remarks.
Atchison finished second with almost 37 per cent of votes, followed by Kelly Moore, a newcomer to municipal politics, who took about 22 per cent of the vote.
Rob Norris, a former provincial cabinet minister and MLA for Saskatoon Greystone, announced he's running for the mayor's seat in June.