Local Ontario PC members in Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry will select their new candidate for the upcoming June provincial election on Saturday, March 26. The date was announced by the local Nomination Committee last week and ensures that candidates have several weeks remaining to sign up new members.
Member of Provincial Parliament and Progressive Conservative candidate, Jim McDonell, has announced that he will not seek re-election in Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry. To date, two candidates have been formally approved to seek the nomination: Andrew Guindon and Nolan Quinn.
“We are very proud that two great community leaders have stepped forward to seek the PC nomination locally,” said local Nomination Committee Chair, Eric Duncan. “We encourage any supporters who are interested in having a say in our next PC candidate – and our next MPP – to purchase a membership and have their say by casting their vote.”
Those interested in joining the Ontario PC Party to have a vote in the in-person balloting process must purchase their membership at www.OntarioPC.ca/join by Saturday, March 5, at 11:59 pm. Paper forms are available from the candidate’s teams if needed, but are due to Party Headquarters in Toronto on Friday, March 4, at 4:30 pm. Current members who are eligible to vote will be notified of the specific voting times and locations, and the required identification to provide at the polling site, for the Saturday, March 26 vote. For members to confirm that their membership is current, they can contact 613-930-5042.