Conservatives rebuild

The B.C. Conservative Party will hold meetings in May and June in the North Okanagan

  • May. 12, 2017 8:00 a.m.

Scott Anderson says the B.C. Conservative Party is rebuilding in the North Okanagan. (photo submitted) Scott Anderson

The B.C. Conservative Party will hold meetings in May and June in the North Okanagan.

The goal is to rebuild the party’s grassroots organization.

“If the results of the recent election hold through recounts and absentee ballot counts, there will very probably be another election within the next two years,” said Scott Anderson, party official, of a likely minority government.

“The B.C. Conservatives intend to be ready with a full slate of candidates when that happens.”

The B.C. Conservatives ran 56 candidates in 2013, and 10 candidates in 2017.

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