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Liberals now have a full slate of federal election candidates in Alberta

The Liberal Party has filled its slate of 34 candidates in Alberta will the nominations of Cam Macdonald in Calgary Shepard and David Ondieki in Red Deer-Lacombe. The Liberals are the third party, after the Conservative Party and the People’s Party, to nominate a candidate in every district in Alberta.

The other parties are still nominating their candidates and have until August 30, 2021 to submit their papers to Elections Canada in order to be on the federal election ballot.

Recently nominated candidates include:

  • Kendra Mills is the NDP candidate in Sturgeon River-Parkland.
  • The Libertarian Party has nominated deputy party leader Darcy Gerow in Calgary Heritage, Valerie Keefe in Edmonton Centre and Matthew Watson in Red Deer-Lacombe.
  • The Veterans Coalition Party has nominated Misty Wind Shingoose in Red Deer-Mountain View.

New Senate Nominee candidate

Jeff Nielsen has filed his papers to run in the Senate Nominee election happening on October 18, 2021. Nielsen is the former president of the Western Barley Growers Association and past chair of the Grain Growers of Canada.

One reply on “Liberals now have a full slate of federal election candidates in Alberta”

I live in Breton Albert and have a mail in ballot but don’t know who my Liberal candidate is. I don’t have a computer so no email but me phone number is 1-780-512-0461, Marg MacKinnon

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