Myers interim PC leader

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The Progressive Conservative Party has elected Steven Myers, PC MLA for Georgetown-St. Peters, as the interim leader of the party. He defeated two other candidates including fellow MLA, Hal Perry, PC member for Tignish-Palmer Road, as well as Linda Clements, a former PC candidates. The vote was held Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013 at the Delta Prince Edward in Charlottetown
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  • givur headashake
    February 01, 2013 - 17:59

    Hard to believe.. Not a leader in my mind..not even sure he would make a good follower.

  • And So it Goes
    January 31, 2013 - 20:52

    Dear On-the-Ground PC workers, who gave of your time going door to door last election, who wanted to contribute to making this province a better place by helping to vote in a government of integrity and accountability - you have my sincere condolences. You have had it confirmed this morning during Ms Crane's CBC interview that while you toiled for the party and the people, those WITHIN your OWN PARTY who would wish to continue their self-serving ways and cover up their greed (PNP), WORKED AGAINST YOU. I , for one, believe what Olive is saying. That they sought to undermine your leader and absolutely wanted her to fail. To cover their own culpability they had to accept sitting out another term in government because their best chance at getting rid of 'trouble-maker Olive' was to mount a leadership coup.... Yes, there needs to be a united party... but really, who wants to unite with the likes of that. If one of these "alleged" thugs is put into a position of power...God help the PC party.

  • asdf
    January 31, 2013 - 20:38

    So, did things get better or worse for the PC party of PEI?