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LETHBRIDGE:   We should know by Saturday night, who will be the new leader of the provincial Conservative Party and become the next premier.

The second poll in the leadership vote will be held October 1st. The first poll on September 17th produced no clear winner.  However, the three candidates with the fewest votes, Doug Griffiths, Ted Morton and Rick Orman, have been removed from the second ballot. That leaves Gary Mar, Alison Redford and Doug Horner.

Voting in the second ballot begins at 9-am and continues until 7-pm at various locations around the province.  To vote for the PC leader, you must be a Canadian Citizen, age 16 or older, have lived in Alberta for the six-months prior to the Leadership election and you must be a member in good standing of a Provincial Progressive Conservative Constituency Association. You can purchase a membership ($5) at a polling station, right up until the closing of polling at 7-pm. You will need to provide two pieces of identification.

There are about 188 polling stations across the province with at lest one polling station in each of the 83 constituencies. You can find your Constituency and a polling location at:

Area Constituencies and polling stations are listed below:

Lethbridge-East Constituency: Nordbridge Senior's Centre
1904 13th Ave N

Lethbridge-West Constituency: Lethbridge Senior Citizen's Centre
500 11 Street S

Cardston-Taber-Warner Constituency:

Cardston:  Cardston Civic Centre, 67 - 3 Ave W

Milk River: Milk River Town Hall, 240 Main Street

Raymond: Raymond Community Centre, 15 Broadway South

Taber: Taber MD & Town Administration Building,4900 50 Street

Little Bow Constituency:

Coaldale: Gem of the West Museum, 1306 20 Street

Vauxhall:  Vauxhall & District Senior Citizen Centre, 315 5 Street

Vulcan: Vulcan Lodge Hall, 231 Centre Street

Livingstone-Macleod Constituency:

Blairmore: Lions Hall, 12130 20th Ave

Claresholm: Peace Lutheran Church, 4304 -2nd St W

Fort Macleod: Trinity United, 220 20 St

Nanton: Christ Church Anglican Parish Hall, 2306 20 Street

Pincher Creek: Pincher Creek United Church, West Entrance, 972 Police Avenue

Posted on Friday, September 30, 2011 at 4/16/2014 3:19:20 PM
Source: Dori Modney -- County 95 News
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