Friday, November 24, 2006

Dinning Morton Tied

Stunning. But not unexpected. The anybody but Dinning camp and the social conservative political lobby is mobilizing behind Republican Ted Morton in the race to replace Ralph. Leaving Oberg in third place with all the other runner-ups. It's Calgary Corporate Interests versus the Right Wing Reform Republicans. Of course neither really represents Alberta or Albertans.

Dinning, Morton virtually tied in Tory race

A second ballot is almost certain in Alberta's Tory leadership race, a new poll of party members suggests, with Jim Dinning and Ted Morton in a statistical dead heat and four hopefuls battling for third spot.

The poll by Leger Marketing of 801 card-carrying Alberta Progressive Conservative members found Dinning, the province's former treasurer, garnered the support of 21 per cent of those surveyed. Calgary-area MLA Morton appears to have emerged as his most serious challenger -- snaring 18 per cent support.

Fellow candidates Lyle Oberg, Ed Stelmach, Mark Norris and Dave Hancock all have a legitimate shot at finishing third in Saturday's vote, according to the poll conducted for the Herald, with support ranging between 11 per cent for Oberg and six per cent for Hancock.

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Conservative Leadership Race



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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hurray! Time for change - I'ma supportin Morton!!! Get out and vote!

eugene plawiuk said...

It would be the best choice for Alberta. Morton is such a devisive ideolouge that he will split the common front Tories into factions, leaving the party to self destruct in the next election. Morton is the best choice to end the thirty five years of PC tyranny in Alberta.

Feynman and Coulter's Love Child said...

And bring about 35 years of the reborn Alberta Alliance? Sure, sign me up!

eugene plawiuk said...

Ha ha ha

Anonymous said...

Vote for Dinning. He is the only candidate that will keep Ralph's momentum going.