The race for the leadership of the newly formed United Conservative Party is heating up as another candidate made his way through town.
Jeff Callaway, who has roots going back into the foundation of the Wildrose Party was in Drumheller on Saturday, September 23. He stopped by Yavis Restaurant to meet with members of the community and campaign for leadership. He says the campaign is going well.
“We are travelling across Alberta talking to members of the party and Albertans interested in getting this party back on track,” he told The Mail. “That has been my nine years involved in provincial politics from the early days of the Wildrose when there were 1,000 names on a spreadsheet, to the very end where we merged with the PC Party. That was a great achievement for conservatives in general in the province. I was a strong backer of that initiative.”
Until now, all of his experience was in the background. Read on here.