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NDP nominate 4 more federal election candidates in Alberta, Nigel Logan wins contested vote in Edmonton-Mill Woods

Another quick federal election candidate nomination update this morning:

  • Nigel Logan defeated Satbir Singh in a contested online nomination vote in Edmonton-Mill Woods. Logan was the NDP candidate in this district in the 2019 federal election and ran for city council in 2017.
  • Patrick King has been nominated as the NDP candidate in Calgary-Signal Hill. King was the NDP candidate in Calgary-Nose Hill in the 2019 federal election.
  • Sarah Zagoda has been nominated as the NDP candidate in Banff-Airdrie.
  • Tanya Heyden-Kaye has been nominated as the NDP candidate in Red Deer-Lacombe.
  • Joan Barnes is running as an Independent candidate in Red Deer-Lacombe.
  • Clayten Willington is running as an Independent candidate in Red Deer-Mountain View
  • Scott Fea is running for the Rhinoceros Party in Calgary-Centre.
  • Maverick Party candidate Fred Sirett has listed his name as Frederick Frederick on the ballot in Lakeland, according to his listing on the Elections Canada website.

Thank you to everyone who has sent me updates about new candidate nominations. I’ll be back on Monday with more nomination updates. Have a great weekend.

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