Four candidates now in the race for Alberta PC leadership
Two more candidates have launched campaigns to lead Alberta’s Progressive Conservatives.
Both Richard Starke and Donna Kennedy-Glans say their goal is to rebuild the party, not merge it with the Opposition Wildrose.
Kenney is running on a platform to dissolve the party and merge it with the Wildrose to form a new conservative entity to defeat Premier Rachel Notley’s NDP.
Starke and Kennedy-Glans say the way forward is to rebuild bridges with party members and centrist voters.
Starke is the PC house leader and Kennedy-Glans is an oil industry consultant and former PC legislature member from Calgary.