Jamie Martens Wins Contested Nomination in Martensville-Blairmore

Jamie Martens Wins Contested Nomination in Martensville-Blairmore March 27, 2024

MARTENSVILLE, SK – Tonight, Jamie Martens won a contested nomination to be the Saskatchewan Party’s candidate for Martensville-Blairmore in the 2024 provincial election. She defeated one other candidate.

“I want to thank everyone who encouraged me to run for this nomination, and especially everyone who came out to vote tonight,” Martens said. “By working together, we can ensure that Martensville-Blairmore has a strong, direct voice in our Legislative Assembly.”

Born and raised in Martensville, Martens is currently the City’s Deputy Mayor, and has served on Martensville City Council since 2012. Before entering municipal politics, Martens served as an Auxiliary Constable with the RCMP, before joining the Deputy Sheriff’s Office in Regina, where she worked for 16 years.

Martens was elected and served for three successive terms as a Saskatchewan representative at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. During her three terms at the FCM, her duties included being the Vice-Chair of the Canadian Rural Forum and as a delegate to the ongoing Canadian Women in Local Leadership Project.

Martens lives in Martensville with her three children.

The Saskatchewan Party has now nominated 44 candidates ahead of the 2024 provincial election.