Lori Carr Acclaimed as 2024 Saskatchewan Party Candidate for Estevan-Big MuddyJune 28, 2023
ESTEVAN, SK – Tonight, Lori Carr was acclaimed as the Saskatchewan Party nominated candidate for Estevan-Big Muddy in the 2024 provincial election.
“I’d like to thank the great people across our constituency,” Carr said. “I am honoured to continue on as the Saskatchewan Party nominated candidate for Estevan-Big Muddy as we head towards the next election.”
Carr was first elected in the 2016 provincial election and was re-elected in 2020.
In May of 2022, Lori was appointed Minister of SaskBuilds and Procurement, Minister responsible for the Public Service Commission, and Minister responsible for Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Athority. Prior to this, Carr served as Minister of Social Services, Minister of Government Relations, Minister Responsible for First Nations, Métis and Northern Affairs, and Minister Responsible for the Provincial Capital Commission and as Minister of Highways and Infrastructure.
“Our record has been a record of growth,” Carr said. “We need to carry on with those successes, build on that momentum and keep growing our province.”
Living in Estevan with her partner Bart, Carr spent 20 years working as a licensed assistant in a financial planning office. Before being elected as MLA for Estevan she sat on and was involved in several local organization including city council, air cadets, the local health region, and Ducks Unlimited. She has raised three children and is the proud grandmother of five.
With this nomination, the Saskatchewan Party has nominated a total of 5 candidates for the next provincial election.