PATRICK BROWN'S BID FOR LEADERSHIP GETS BAD REVIEWS

Feb 17, 2018

By Christine Ross

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Ontario’s NDP leader is speaking out on the latest developments in the PC leadership race. Andrea Horwath is attending at her party’s national convention in Ottawa this weekend and was asked about Patrick Brown’s entry into the leadership of the party after he resigned in late January following sexual misconduct allegations. Horwath told reporters the PC party is “not in any shape or condition to take the reigns of this province.”
Brown announced Friday that he’s joining the leadership race, saying he’s received a wave of support from party members since resigning amid sexual misconduct allegations – accusations he denies. However, he’ll sit as an independent when the legislature resumes next week since he was kicked out of the Tory caucus yesterday. Conservative strategist Jamie Ellerton with Conaptus said this leadership campaign is about how the party can unite behind a new leader, and “this is not going to be a referendum to save Patrick Brown.”
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