Michelle Lempel Garner says he will not participate in the race to lead Alberta's Conservative Party, replacing Premier Jason, the retiring leader of Calgary's Tories. It put an end to the speculation of a few weeks. Kenny.
In a Thursday morning blog post, Rempel Garner appreciates many of the encouragement offers to demonstrate leadership, but opposes them for two main reasons. He said he decided to do it. She wants to continue to serve her Calgary members as members of Congress and as the "dynamic of the current internal UCP caucuses."
"Better service would be better if Alberta respected the important role they had already given and gave the UCP caucuses the space needed to understand its content. I think it will be provided, "she said in a post.
Until last Wednesday, there was still a signal that Rempel Garner was preparing to announce her bid.
Sean Schnell, the bid campaign manager for Patrick Brown, who heads the Federal Conservative Party, has left his job to play a role in Lempel Garner's possible UCP campaign.
Schnell worked in Lempelgarner's office before either leadership race began.
On June 15th, the Calgary Nose Hill MP posted a long Twitter thread showing that he was seriously considering running on behalf of Kenny.
"This is not a decision that everyone should underestimate," she tweeted at the time.
But on Thursday, she has serious concerns about leading a UCP caucuse, even though "all the stars" are lined up and nothing really stops her. Announced that
Rempel Garner says he heard that the team "has a considerable level of scratches and uncertainty."
MP stated that there was a division within the caucuse and asked how she could lead it as her outsider.
Rempel Garner states, "Not running was the most difficult decision I had to make so far."
I made a big decision.<a href = "https://t.co/6hcbZWoT7Q">https://t.co/6hcbZWoT7Q</a>—@MichelleRempel