Paul Klopp

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Paul Klopp (born 1957) is a politician in Ontario, Canada. He served as a New Democratic Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1990 to 1995. He is currently deputy mayor of Bluewater, Ontario.


Klopp holds a diploma in Agricultural Business Management, and worked as a farmer before entering political life. He served as president of the Zurich Agricultural Society and the Huron County Federation of Agriculture, and was a municipal councillor in Hay Township.


He first ran for the Ontario Legislature in the provincial election of 1985, but finished a distant third against Liberal Jack Riddell in the riding of Huron—Middlesex. He ran again in the provincial election of 1987 in the redistributed riding of Huron, and again finished third against Riddell.

The NDP won a majority government in the provincial election of 1990, and Klopp defeated Progressive Conservative candidate Ken Campbell by 954 votes in Huron. In early 1995, he announced that Huron and Counties would receive almost two million dollars in jobsOntario grants.

The NDP were defeated in the provincial election of 1995, and Klopp finished third in Huron against Progressive Conservative Helen Johns. He returned to municipal politics...
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