Monday, June 5, 2017

Jean for Premier June 2 at 8:06am · Wow! 👀 "Organizers were continually adding chairs to those already set out, in a room that quickly filled. The crowd included a wider age range of participants, from early teens through 20 somethings and seniors. The youngest participant was a 14-year old party volunteer who needed no prompting to step up to a mic and offer his support to Jean."

Wow! 👀
"Organizers were continually adding chairs to those already set out, in a room that quickly filled. The crowd included a wider age range of participants, from early teens through 20 somethings and seniors. The youngest participant was a 14-year old party volunteer who needed no prompting to step up to a mic and offer his support to Jean."
LETHBRIDGE -  Wildrose leader Brian Jean made a pit stop in Lethbridge Thursday night for a meet-and-greet.  
LETHBRIDGENEWSNOW.COM
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Stewart Parker Great to see this and to see the United Conservative Party Movement is starting to gather speed in Alberta.
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June 2 at 9:11am
Ron Larsen Go get em Jean.
We have your back.
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June 2 at 10:00am
Lois Bouchard Brian is our man!
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June 2 at 10:06am
Stephen Stockwell Way to go Brian, you have my vote
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June 2 at 12:20pm
Shelley Beazer Leishman I think the new name should be Wild Conservatives. Let's go Brian !!!!
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June 2 at 2:48pm
Roberta MacKinnon Sure hope all those that can't find a political home as quoted by Notley see fit to cross over to the NDP do it sooner rather than later. Go get em Brian.
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June 2 at 4:16pm
Carol Ann Clarke This is impressive
Bobby Monson Douglas Brian Jean says "The ratification deal needs to be approved by 75 per cent of Wildrose members". Awe, common Brian, GET REAL !!75 per cent !!??!! Why not 50 % or maybe 50% plus... ??
Julie Ali I think the Wildrose should not join up with the PCs. We could win with Mr. Jean. Why would we bother with the PCs? Don't you all remember the Tapcal Fund, the blown up hospitals and the Sky Palace? Mr. Jean has a good chance to win the next provincial election and we don't need the PCs.
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