PC Party announces date for Lacombe-Ponoka nomination election

The Alberta PC Party’s Nomination Committee announced today that the Lacombe-Ponoka nomination election

  • Mar. 10, 2015 3:00 p.m.

The Alberta PC Party’s Nomination Committee announced today that the Lacombe-Ponoka nomination election will be held on March 28, 2015. This will be an open nomination race. The election will be a vote by PC Party members to determine who will be the PC representative running for MLA during the next provincial election.

Local businessperson, Peter DeWit, will be seeking the PC Party nomination to become the Progressive Conservative representative for the Lacombe-Ponoka constituency.

“It is good to have the nomination date confirmed so that our team can focus on spreading the word and encourage supporters to come out and vote,” says DeWit. “This is an opportunity to decide who will be the PC candidate and potentially the new MLA for Lacombe-Ponoka.”

Supporters are encouraged to purchase or renew their PC Party memberships in order to cast their vote on March 28. PC memberships are currently available online. Memberships will also be available at the door.

 

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