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    Ex-MP Ed Holder seeking PC nomination in London West

    来源: London Free Press   日期:2017-10-15 01:18:32  点击: 9311
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    Two years after losing his federal seat, former MP Ed Holder is planning a return to politics.

    After winning the London West seat twice in federal elections for the Conservatives, Holder, 63, is seeking the provincial Progressive Conservative nomination in the riding.

    If Holder clinches the nomination, he’ll run for the seat behind party leader Patrick Brown in the election next spring.

    Holder, who was minister of state for science and technology under Stephen Harper’s Conservative government, was first elected in 2008. Holder was re-elected in 2011, but lost to Liberal Kate Young in the 2015 federal election.

    Thames Valley district school board trustee Jake Skinner also has put his name forward for the PC nomination in London West.

    A date for the nomination meeting has not yet been set.

    The London West seat is held by New Democrat MPP Peggy Sattler, who won it in a 2013 byelection and retained it the next year.

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    WHO'S RUNNING

    • London-Fanshawe

    Confirmed: Teresa Armstrong, NDP; Eric Weniger, PC

    • London North Centre

    Confirmed: Susan Truppe, PC

    Seeking nomination: Tanya Park, NDP

    • London West

    Confirmed: Peggy Sattler, NDP

    Seeking nomination: Ed Holder and Jake Skinner for PCs

    • Elgin-Middlesex-London

    Confirmed: Jeff Yurek, PC

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