Saskatoon— Jaime Brandrick will be nominated tonight to become the Saskatchewan Party candidate in Saskatoon Nutana for the next provincial election.
“I’m incredibly honoured to be representing the Saskatoon Nutana constituency,” Brandrick said. “I will continue working hard to earn the support of Saskatoon Nutana.”
Brandrick is a Service Supervisor with Saskatoon Transit and has been working in the industry since 1995. In his spare time he plays in a band, and loves to go fishing.
Brandrick and his wife Kandis, have been married for 8 years, and they love camping in Saskatchewan’s beautiful parks.
“The Saskatchewan Party has done an excellent job of helping to encourage growth here in Saskatchewan and in Saskatoon,” Brandrick said. “I believe that there are more opportunities for us to grow stronger.”
“I believe that with my mix of experience and skills, both in the private sector and municipal government, I can help serve the constituency well”, Brandrick said. “I want to be a voice for the people of Saskatoon Nutana.”
Brandrick cannot wait to get started and says he’s looking forward to running in the next election.
“I believe in the direction and vision of Premier Brad Wall and the strong team of MLA’s of the Saskatchewan Party,” Brandrick said. “I want to be a voice for the people of Saskatoon Nutana.”
With Brandrick’s nomination tonight as the candidate for Saskatoon Nutana the Saskatchewan Party has nominated 59 candidates for the next provincial election.