Fred Bradshaw Wins Contested Nomination in Carrot River ValleyJune 21, 2019
Fred Bradshaw Wins Contested Nomination in Carrot River Valley
Arborfield, SK – Last night, Fred Bradshaw won a contested nomination to become the Saskatchewan Party nominated candidate for Carrot River Valley for the 2020 provincial election. Bradshaw has been the MLA for the constituency since 2007.
“Thank you to all of the Saskatchewan Party members who came out tonight to support me, but more importantly thank you to everyone here who supports our party,” said Bradshaw. “I look forward to representing Carrot River Valley once again in the upcoming 2020 election, and can’t wait to get back to Regina to work on behalf of all our constituents here.”
Since he was first elected in 2007, Bradshaw has served as Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Environment (Forest Management), Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Energy (Heavy Oil and Northern Resource Development), as a member of the Standing Committee on Economy and as a member of the caucus Red Tape Committee. Mr. Bradshaw currently serves as chair of the Intergovernmental Affairs and Justice Committee, and is a member of the caucus management committee.
Mr. Bradshaw noted that he and Premier Scott Moe will continue to stand up for Saskatchewan residents, especially when it comes to opposing the federal government’s carbon tax, showing support for oil and gas and pipelines, and supporting Saskatchewan’s agriculture sector.
“Premier Scott Moe knows and understands the people here in Carrot River Valley, and he knows they don’t want a carbon tax or anything that makes life more difficult,” said Bradshaw. “While the NDP are going to keep attacking our most important industries and showing how out of touch they are, we’re going to keep standing up for Saskatchewan.”
The Saskatchewan Party has now nominated 41 candidates in advance of the 2020 provincial election.