A quick Saturday morning candidate nomination update:
- Suncor laboratory technician and Unifor organizer Tanika Chaisson is running for the Alberta NDP nomination in Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo.
- Jessica Hallam is running for the NDP in Highwood. A nomination meeting is scheduled for April 29.
The right-wing Advantage Party of Alberta (previously known as the Alberta Advantage Party) has now nominated three candidates to run in the election:
- Party leader Marilyn Burns is running in Lac St. Anne-Parkland Burns ran for the Alberta Alliance Party leadership in 2005 and as a candidate for the party in Stony Plain in 2004. She ran for the Advantage Party in Edmonton-South West in 2019 and in the 2022 Fort McMurray-Lac La Biche by-election.
- Party President Carol Nordlund-Kinsey is running in Rimbey-Rocky Mountain House-Sundre. She lives in Winfield.
- Breton-resident Dale Withers is running in Drayton Valley-Devon. Withers served a Councillor in the Town of Mayerthorpe from 1989 to 1995.
I’ve added these names to the growing list of candidates running in the May 29 provincial election.
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3 replies on “NDP open nominations in Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo and Highwood, Advantage Party names 3 candidates”
Hallam’s the name
Oops! Thanks! Fixed!
What is the Advantage Party?
I’d it the latest reincarnation of the Alberta Advantage? Who are they advantageous to?