United Conservative nomination in Lethbridge-East won by Nathan Neudorf

By Aaron Mahoney (@Mahones93 on Twitter)
February 11, 2019 - 11:32am

LETHBRIDGE, AB – The battle lines in the upcoming provincial election have officially been drawn, with Nathan Neudorf winning the United Conservative Party nomination for Lethbridge-East over the weekend.

More than 800 eligible conservative voters selected Neudorf over fellow nomination contestants Robin James, Bryan Litchfield, Kim Lyall, and Angela Zuba.

Neudorf has started three successful businesses during his time in Lethbridge, and until recently was a Project Manager for Ward Bros. Construction, a position he held for the past seven years.

UCP Leader Jason Kenney congratulated Neudorf on winning the competitive nomination contest in a statement.

“Neudorf is a committed conservative, a husband, and father of five. He has an extensive record of success as an entrepreneur, having started multiple businesses that collectively employed dozens of people. Nathan later sold his business interests and began working as a project manager for a major commercial construction company. His experience in building major infrastructure for both the public and private sectors and his business acumen will benefit our entire United Conservative team as we seek to defeat the NDP, reignite the economy and secure Alberta strong and free. I am pleased to welcome Nathan as the United Conservative candidate in Lethbridge-East.”

Neudorf joins Karri Flatla, who won the UCP’s nomination in Lethbridge-West back in December, as the challengers to current MLAs Maria Fitzpatrick and Shannon Phillips in their respective ridings.

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