Strong support shown for centrist option in 2019

EDMONTON, Alberta, June 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Over 300 people joined Alberta Together, Saturday, June 24, 2017 at the Black Knight Inn, in Red Deer, AB. During a lively interactive conversation, the current political landscape was discussed and how to foster the growth of the next generation of political leaders in Alberta. 

The attendees in the room took an electronic vote about where they would like to put their political energy going forward. 83% voted to build the Alberta Party. 

The meeting, which was open to the media, was attended by people from all political stripes and as well as newcomers to politics. 

“We were so thrilled with the number of people who came out to this event,” Katherine O’Neill, Alberta Together’s Executive Director said. “There’s a new generation of modern, inclusive people who are hungry for a positive political voice and we are going to build on that.” 

Speakers Included:
Pat Cochrane, President, Alberta Party
Greg Clark, Leader, Alberta Party
Kerry Cundal, Former Alberta Liberal Leadership Candidate
Stephen Mandel, Former Health Minister and Mayor of Edmonton
Emcees, Katherine O’Neill and Harman Kandola     

Alberta Together strives to shape and support a strong, positive and inclusive centrist political voice in our province that will be ready for the 2019 election. It is a not-for-profit organization that puts public service, pragmatic centrist principles and province-building at the top of its agenda.

CONTACT: Media contact:
Jenny Adams
The Adams Agency
P: 780.707.9101
E: [email protected]

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