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School board chair secures provincial Conservative Party nomination

Rachael Weber

School District 57 Board of Education chair Rachael Weber will be the Conservative Party of British Columbia candidate for MLA in the riding of Prince George-Mackenzie in the next provincial election.

“I am honoured to be the Conservative Candidate for Prince George-Mackenzie,” said Weber, in a news release.

“Rachael’s experience in a leadership role on her community’s school board has given her the tools to be a great MLA and a leader in a Conservative government,” said Conservative Party of British Columbia Leader MLA John Rustad. “We’re going to be running 93 candidates who are committed to fighting for their ridings and their home communities — we’re proud to have Rachael standing with us.”

“I believe in being straightforward about tough decisions, and standing up for constituents — That’s why I’m choosing to run with John Rustad and his Conservative Party of British Columbia team,” said Weber. “I’m looking forward to connecting with everyday British Columbians all across Prince George-Mackenzie, and working with the Conservative Party of British Columbia team to build momentum for our movement and stand for what’s right for British Columbians.”

The BC United Party/Liberal Party has held the riding for more than 20 years with Pat Bell and Mike Morris holding down the post. Morris, however, has announced he will not be seeking re-election in the riding.

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