The Conservative Party of British Columbia is gearing up for an exciting new chapter in its history, as the party launches a leadership race following the recent transition of Trevor Bolin into an interim-leader role. As the province faces unprecedented challenges and opportunities, the Conservative Party is seeking a leader who can inspire, unite, and lead British Columbia into a prosperous and successful future.
The leadership race is an opportunity for British Columbians to engage in the democratic process and have their voices heard. The Conservative Party is committed to a fair and transparent leadership race, where all candidates have an equal opportunity to make their case to party members and the wider public.
The party is looking for a leader who has the vision, experience, and leadership qualities to lead the province forward. The successful candidate will need to have a deep understanding of the issues facing British Columbians, a commitment to fiscal responsibility, and a track record of success in their personal and professional lives.
The Conservative Party of British Columbia is a dynamic and growing organization, with a strong commitment to serving the people of this province. The party is excited to welcome new members, supporters, and volunteers to join in this leadership race and help shape the future of the province.
The leadership race is a critical moment for the Conservative Party of British Columbia and for the province as a whole. We invite all British Columbians to join us in this important journey and help us find the right leader to take us forward into a prosperous and successful future.
Nomination period closes.
the day by which an individual must be a member of the Party, in order to be a member in good standing with the right to vote for the Leader.
Leaderhsip vote, if there is more than one candidate.
Prospective candidates may request an application by emailing our LEOC Chair, Aisha Estey: [email protected]onservativebc.ca
May 20, 2023
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