Saskatchewan Party First to Nominate Full Slate of 61 Candidates for 2020 ElectionSeptember 19, 2020
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Regina, SK – Today, Darren Deschambeault was acclaimed as the Saskatchewan Party candidate for Cumberland. With this nomination, the Saskatchewan Party is the first party to have a full slate of 61 candidates in place for the 2020 provincial election.
“I would like to thank the communities in the Cumberland constituency for all the support,” Deschambeault said. “I’d like to thank my family for standing beside me. Thank you to everyone in Cumberland for giving me this opportunity.”
Deschambeault said that he is looking forward to having representation for Cumberland in the government of Premier Scott Moe.
“Providing strong leadership and a real voice for the people of Cumberland in the legislature will help with a strong recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Deschambeault went to school in Cumberland House where he was born and raised. He received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Regina. He has worked in communications for about 30 years and currently works as a communications consultant for an oil and gas company. Together with his spouse, who he has been living with for the past 25 years, they have two children.
Deschambeault also disclosed that he had an impaired driving conviction in 2001. He has since received a pardon for that offense.
With a full slate of 61 candidates nominated, Premier Scott Moe and the Saskatchewan Party team will be meeting voters in every part of the province to present their plan for a strong Saskatchewan and a strong economic recovery from the pandemic.