Sask. Liberal Party starts process of finding new leader

Candidates for the leadership position must be a member of the Saskatchewan Liberal Party in good standing. (Melinda Nagy/Shutterstock - image credit)
Candidates for the leadership position must be a member of the Saskatchewan Liberal Party in good standing. (Melinda Nagy/Shutterstock - image credit)

The Saskatchewan Liberal Party (SLP) is starting the process of finding a new permanent leader.

Robert Rudachyk is the SLP's outgoing interim leader, a position he's held since Sept. 2020.

Candidates for the leadership position must be a member of the party in good standing, and nominations must be accompanied by 25 member signatures and a refundable fee.

The deadline for candidate nominations is Aug. 24.

The election to find a new leader will take place by a direct majority vote of party members at the leadership convention on Oct. 16.

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