About the Candidate & Council

ABOUT THE CANDIDATE

WHO IS PATRICK WYATT?

Pat resides in the heart of Ward 2 in downtown Canton in the Historic Onesto Lofts apartments. Wyatt’s belief in the Onesto revitalization, which has been an overwhelming success, led him, along with Cathy, to sign the first lease agreement offered. Pat is a graduate of Central Catholic High School and has both his Bachelors’ and Masters’ degrees from Malone University. Pat is proud to live and work in his hometown and eager to bring his lifelong experiences as a Cantonian to City Council. Pat requests your vote on November 7 for the Canton City Council – At Large.

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BELIEF IN CANTON

WHY WYATT?

Pat Wyatt is a believer. Born and raised in the city of Canton, Wyatt is running for Canton City Council because his belief in the city and its future burns brightly. Pat, the son of former Canton Chief of Police Thomas Wyatt, is a former police officer himself. Currently, Wyatt is an insurance investigator for Nationwide Insurance and with his wife Cathy, own and operate Carpe Diem Coffee Shops in downtown Canton and inside Belden Village Mall.

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VISION FOR CANTON

WHY CITY COUNCIL?

On November 7, Canton city voters will have the opportunity to select the members of City Council who will serve for two years. Pat Wyatt would like your vote so he may bring his intellect, common sense and independent vision for Canton and its ongoing revitalization. Wyatt’s background in law enforcement provides him with a unique perspective for governing. His current career as an insurance claims investigator continue to provide him with the inquisitive mind necessary to serve on Council. Good decisions are made by being informed and educated. Pat is also a small business owner and keenly understands the unique opportunities operating a small business provides.

Canton City Council Details

CITY COUNCIL AT LARGE


There are three “At-Large” positions on Canton City Council.  The individuals holding these offices are elected by voters in all nine city wards to two-year terms.  At-Large Council members are responsible to constituents living in all nine (9) city wards. At-Large Council members share all of the roles and responsibilities as do normal Ward Council people and serve as backups to the various Ward council members as well as the other two At-Large Council members.