Sunday, August 27, 2006

Warawa in, Redmond out, Rakhra undecided

The Burnaby Now reports on the Burnaby-New Westminster Conservatives nomination hopefuls for the next election.

Ryan Warawa, as reported here last week, is the only confirmed entrant, while 2004 candidate Mike Redmond is out. Sam Rakhra, a previous nomination candidate, is not yet committed. No word yet on 2006 candidate Marc Dalton taking a second kick at the can.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dalton wants to challenge sitting MP Randy Kemp in his hometown of Maple Ridge. Bye bye Marc!

8/28/2006 9:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What about Lee Rankin? Since the Tories are in power now he and his wife must support them now.

8/28/2006 9:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not really since Ms. Rankin ran for the NDP and Mr. Rankin ran for the federal Liberals.

If they support the Tories, it's only because they want power and influence.

8/31/2006 4:25 PM  
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11/01/2006 7:33 PM  

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