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Reginald Tull was born and raised in the beautiful multicultural city of Toronto. He is an entrepreneur and has written a book about his life growing up in the streets of Toronto (Memoirs of a Bad Boy). Reginald Tull believes in giving back to the community and helping those in need and being the voice for those who do not have one. He has served as President and CEO for organizations that help keep kids in school, off the streets, and out of trouble by providing after school programs, drug awareness programs, summer day camps, and poverty relief projects. Reginald Tull has provided employment for hundreds of young adults throughout the years. He has lead poverty relief projects in several countries, giving Toronto inner-city youths an opportunity to travel around the world to help impoverished families by providing food, school supplies, hygienic products, and basic necessities. Reginald Tull believes in social justice, affordable housing, youth empowerment, job equality, and fair opportunities for the advancement of all people.
Reginald Tull vows to make Toronto a safer place by cracking down on gangs and guns, holding those in authority accountable for misuse of power, and providing more funding for quicker emergency response time. Reginald Tull is a strong leader who is capable of invoking positive change for the city, and he is not afraid to work, speak, and fight for you - the people.