Barret Kropf Wins Contested Nomination in Dakota-Arm River

Barret Kropf Wins Contested Nomination in Dakota-Arm River April 11, 2024

DAVIDSON, SK – Tonight, Barret Kropf won a contested nomination to be the Saskatchewan Party’s candidate for Dakota-Arm River in the 2024 provincial election. He defeated two other candidates.

“Thank you to everyone who came out to vote at tonight’s meeting,” Kropf said. “I’m excited to get to work and earn the honour of serving the people of Dakota-Arm River in our Legislature after the next election.”

Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Kropf has worked in the sports industry for over 30 years in both management and coaching roles across hockey, cycling, and football on a global stage. His leadership has been recognized through several Coach of the Year accolades and has led a number of championship winning teams.

Kropf is a proud recipient of a Bachelor of Arts in Leadership with distinction from Trinity Western University.

Kropf and his wife Bridget live in Caronport. They enjoy spending time with their three sons, daughter-in-law, and granddaughter.

The Saskatchewan Party has now nominated 46 candidates ahead of the 2024 provincial election.