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Alberta’s United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney is scoring big in Alberta.
Three years into the Rachel Notley government, there’s still no jobs, oil prices are down and carbon tax is taking a major toll.
Via the poll on CBC:
A year away from Alberta’s next provincial election, voters seem intent on reverting to their long history of electing conservative governments.
Fifty-three per cent of decided voters, according to the survey of 1,200 Albertans, would vote for the United Conservative Party (UCP) led by former federal Conservative cabinet minister Jason Kenney. And this puts the party on course to a substantial victory.