Green declares in Kings North
By Nancy Kelly
There are now three officially declared candidates on the ballot for the provincial election in Kings West.
Karl West, Returning Officer for the riding, confirmed Sept. 16 that Lake Paul resident Bob Landry will carry the banner for the New Democratic Party. Landry submitted his nomination papers, signed and approved by Premier Darrell Dexter, to the office on Sept. 14. He joins Progressive Conservative candidate Jody Frowley and incumbent Liberal candidate Leo Glavine on the ballot.
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With Landry’s declaration, all of Kings County’s three ridings now have candidates running for the three main parties.
Kings North is so far the only riding to have a candidate declare for the Green Party. Returning Officer Al Kingsbury reported Mary Lou Harley filed her nomination papers on Sept. 16.
The closing date for nominations is 2 p.m. on Sept. 24.