Terry Jenson Wins Contested Nomination in Warman

Terry Jenson Wins Contested Nomination in Warman September 05, 2023

WARMAN, SK – Tonight, Terry Jenson won a contested nomination to be the Saskatchewan Party’s candidate for Warman in the 2024 provincial election. He defeated one other candidate.

“I want to thank everyone who came out to support me tonight,” Jenson said. “I look forward to meeting and talking with folks across the new Warman constituency in the lead up to the next election.”

Jenson was first elected as the MLA for Martensville-Warman in the 2020 provincial election. He currently serves as the Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Immigration and Career Training and is a member of the Standing Committee on Human Services.

Jenson has owned the Clark’s Crossing Gazette, a community newspaper since it was established in 2008. He is also the past-president of the Saskatchewan Weekly Newspapers Association (SWNA) and is also a past-president of Ad Canada Media Inc.

In addition to his professional life, Terry was an active Kinsmen Club member, a retired Saskatchewan Hockey Association referee and worked as an auxiliary constable with the RCMP.

Jenson and his wife Angela live in Warman with their two children.

The Saskatchewan Party has now nominated 20 candidates for the 2024 provincial election.