Tim McLeod will represent Moose Jaw North for the 2020 Provincial ElectionApril 16, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 16, 2019
Moose Jaw, SK – Tim McLeod was selected by local Saskatchewan Party members to represent the constituency of Moose Jaw North for the 2020 provincial election. Warren Michelson, the incumbent Saskatchewan Party candidate and current MLA for the constituency, announced earlier this year that he will not be seeking re-election.
“Thank you for this opportunity and for your support.” McLeod said, “My career as a law professional as well as my experience as a school board trustee has led me to this decision. I have devoted my career to helping people and advocating on their behalf, so taking that a step further to advocate for the constituency as a candidate in the next election is both an honour and a privilege.”
McLeod is a current partner at Chow McLeod, Barristers and Solicitors in Moose Jaw and sits as the chair of the Prairie South School Board. In addition, McLeod has been involved with the local Saskatchewan Party Constituency Association for the past ten years including three years as president.
“Our leader and Premier, Scott Moe, had some big shoes to fill after the former premier resigned.” McLeod said, “But he has put his own stamp on the leadership of this party while at the same time continuing where Brad Wall left off in advocating and standing up for Saskatchewan. I want to thank Warren Michelson; I know that I too have some big shoes to fill in this role, but I’m ready and excited to begin working for Moose Jaw North. I look forward to the opportunity to work with Premier Moe and the entire Saskatchewan Party team in the time leading up to and during the 2020 provincial election.”
McLeod and his wife, Tenielle, have 3 kids and live in the constituency.
With this nomination, the Saskatchewan Party has nominated 35 candidates for the 2020 provincial election.
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