Alberta election Day 20: where the party leaders are on April 7
As of late Sunday afternoon, none of Alberta’s four main political leaders had any major public announcements scheduled with just nine days to go until the provincial election.
Here’s a look at what the party leaders had planned for Sunday.
UCP Leader Jason Kenney
United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney was scheduled to attend the World Curling Championships in Lethbridge on Sunday afternoon. According to a UCP news release, Kenney was expected to address the media at the event.
While in Lethbridge, Kenney also planned to visit with UCP candidates Karri Flatla (Lethbridge-West) and Nathan Neudorf (Lethbridge-East).
Watch below: Some recent videos from Global News’ coverage of Jason Kenney.
NDP Leader Rachel Notley
The Alberta New Democratic Party said Rachel Notley had no public events scheduled for Sunday.
Watch below: Some recent videos from Global News’ coverage of Rachel Notley.
Alberta Party Leader Stephen Mandel
The Alberta Party said its leader, Stephen Mandel, was scheduled to start his Sunday by doing some media interviews before campaigning and doorknocking in the Edmonton-McClung riding.
Watch below: Some recent videos from Global News’ coverage of Stephen Mandel.
Alberta Liberal Party Leader David Khan
Liberal Party Leader David Khan was planning to spend Sunday doorknocking in his own riding of Calgary-Mountain View and doing interviews with the media.
Watch below: Some recent videos from Global News’ coverage of David Khan.
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