Darlene Rowden Wins Contested Nomination in BatocheFebruary 05, 2024
WAKAW, SK – Tonight, Darlene Rowden won a contested nomination to be the Saskatchewan Party’s candidate for Batoche in the 2024 provincial election. She defeated one other candidate.
“I am eager to win the general election this coming October so I can serve the people of Batoche and work with our Premier, Scott Moe and the Saskatchewan Party to keep our Province and economy moving forward,” Rowden said. “We have so much to be proud of here, Saskatchewan is truly the best place to live, work and play - especially in the Batoche Constituency!”
Rowden, along with her husband and children own and operate R&B Wilson Ranching, a 4th generation ranch located east of MacDowall, Saskatchewan.
With a life-long passion for agriculture, Rowden has served as a member of the Prince Albert Exhibition Board, and as a 4-H Beef leader. Rowden has been a School Board Trustee for 14 years and is the current Board Chair of the Saskatchewan Rivers School Division in Prince Albert.
Since 2010, Rowden has been a volunteer on the Saskatchewan Party Batoche Constituency Association and has served as Provincial Director since 2011.
Rowden and her husband live near MacDowall. They have three children.
The Saskatchewan Party has now nominated 37 candidates ahead of the 2024 provincial election.