The previous thread having reached 100 posts, I launch the next thread with this article from the Leader-Post:
There's only one declared candidate in the race for NDP leader but
some potential contenders are inching closer to the starting line while
others are turning away.
Regina lawyer Dion Tchorzewski, son of
the late NDP stalwart Ed, had been mulling a run but said Tuesday he's
decided not to be a leadership candidate.
But Saskatoon family
doctor Ryan Meili, one of the founders of the Student Wellness
Initiative Toward Community Health (SWITCH) program, confirmed he is
considering running for the leadership of the party, which has sat in
Opposition to the Saskatchewan Party government since the 2007
Other MLAs who have said they are considering a run are Frank
Quennell, Len Taylor and Deb Higgins. None returned phone calls this
week. Former finance minister Andrew Thomson did not return a message.
lawyer Yens Pedersen, who has temporarily stepped down as NDP president
as he contemplates a run, said he has not yet made a decision.
The full story is available at this link (no pun intended).