FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MAY 10, 2019
Kindersley, SK – Ken Francis was acclaimed by local Saskatchewan Party members to be the Saskatchewan Party nominated candidate for Kindersley for the upcoming 2020 provincial election. Francis was first elected as the MLA for Kindersley in a 2018 by-election and won with 88.1% of the vote.
“This past year I’ve had the great opportunity of serving the people of this constituency as their MLA.” Francis said, “I am excited to continue on as the Saskatchewan Party nominated candidate for Kindersley as we head towards the 2020 provincial election.”
Prior to being elected in 2018, Francis owned and operated a successful land and environmental consulting company. He is also a former grain producer and previously worked in the energy sector and the public sector for SaskPower, SaskTel, SaskEnergy, TransGas, TransCanada Pipelines and numerous oil and gas companies.
Francis noted that our team’s strong leadership in standing up for Saskatchewan’s energy and resources as one of the reasons he decided to run again.
“I am very proud of our Saskatchewan Party team under the leadership of Premier Scott Moe.” Francis said, “Together we’ve stood up for the building of important pipelines and challenged the Trudeau government against their Carbon Tax. We’re only getting started in our important task of standing up for Saskatchewan families and I’m proud to stand beside our leader, Premier Scott Moe.”
With this nomination, the Saskatchewan Party has nominated 36 candidates for the 2020 provincial election.
The next nomination meeting will be held in the constituency of Saskatoon Meewasin on May 15, 2019.
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