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Joan Crockatt. Image: David Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | A great Liberal candidate, Kent Hehr, and a great Liberal campaign, Justin Trudeau's, won the election of 2015. Claims to the contrary are codswallop.
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Lee Richardson
David J. Climenhaga | The fact a Tory stalwart is considering running for the Liberals in Calgary after a long career in Conservative ranks should tell you which way Canada's political wind is blowing.
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David Climenhaga | With the federal Liberals suddenly looking as if they have a little momentum courtesy of the media's incipient relapse of Trudeaumania, perhaps there's the vaguest possibility of a horserace.
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Brian Singh
David J. Climenhaga | Prediction: 1CalgaryCentre will ultimately endorse a Calgary Centre candidate with ties to Alberta Party/federal Liberal/Nenshi campaign circles.
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Joan Crockatt
David J. Climenhaga | Anyone who is going to get out there and defeat the Conservatives in Calgary Centre needs to have started campaigning, like, yesterday!
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Joan Crockatt
David J. Climenhaga | Seems as if an Anybody But Crockatt effort is afoot among some of the Conservatives in the Calgary Centre federal riding nomination fight.
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Greg McLean
David J. Climenhaga | Former Tory MP Lee Richardson's endorsement Friday of Greg McLean, a Calgary investment advisor, in the Calgary Centre Tory nomination race complicates matters considerably.
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Lee Richardson
David J. Climenhaga | What does all this tell us about this vital moment of pure Alberta democracy? That it's pretty much an insider affair, that's what.
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Joan Crockatt
David J. Climenhaga | By all sensible measures, conservative commentator Joan Crockatt is the only credible candidate still standing in the Calgary West by-election nomination race.
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Calgary Centre Candidate Joan Crockatt
David J. Climenhaga | By the time the dust settles, at least a dozen candidates are likely to contest the Conservative Party nomination for the federal riding of Calgary Centre.
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Lee Richardson
David J. Climenhaga | So what exactly is a principal secretary, anyway? And why does Alberta Premier Alison Redford need one?