Putting behind the unexpected event to hold a party vote, the Ontario PCs are gearing up for the provincial polls with leadership back on track and for a full length campaign. After the campaign to select their party’s candidate for Premier, all four leadership contestants are anticipated to campaign vigorously to unseat the governing Liberals.
The following are the snap promotions posted by candidates on their websites running for the leadership of the Ontario PC party:
Why is Tanya Running? Tanya Granic Allen is running to be a strong voice against Kathleen Wynne’s sex-education curriculum and for freedom of speech, especially on issues that affect our families. Tanya is pro-Life and a social conservative. As with so many members of our party, when Tanya saw how socially conservative Ontarians and other principled Ontarians were treated in nomination selections and how their views were treated in the policy process, she was outraged.
As a mother, lawyer, businesswoman, and entrepreneur, Christine knows the importance of balancing a family budget and managing a successful business. Christine knows that responsible leadership is needed to get Ontario back onto the right financial track; formerly served as MPP for Whitby—Oshawa.
“It’s time to clean up this mess.” – “My new plan for cap and trade: we’re going to put a cap on taxes and trade Kathleen Wynne.”; seeking nomination as MPP candidate for Etobicoke North.
“Something new. A different, forward-looking and positive conservative”; MPP candidate for York-Simcoe.