May 23, 2022

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Provincial Election | Two former CAQ candidates are running again

Although (Quebec) Caroline Saint-Hillary’s candidacy now appears to be firmly in Sherbrook, two former candidates for the Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ), Jean-Lesage, Quebec and Joliet, will try their luck again.

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Tommy Sonard

Tommy Sonard
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On Friday, the CAQ confirms that Christian Camache will be competing again in the Jean-Lesage of the Limoillo district, where Sol Sanetti of Quebec Solitaire won in 2018. The retired teacher, who is currently the party’s vice president, received 32.4% of the vote. 34.7% against Janetti.

Party Quebecois bets on a businessman. Michael Botwin will be running for the Conservative Party with its leader, Denise Peter. The Liberal Party has not yet announced a candidate.

Photo from CAQ website

Francois Legalt and Francois St.-Louis.

Following the departure of PQ member Véronique Hivon at the end of the order, the CAQ party wants to snatch Joliet’s ride from Quebec. On Saturday, he will announce that Franுவாois St.-Louis will be running again in this riding. The former president of Camp Babylon and former director of the Association for the Development of Children with Disabilities, Lanadier is a political adviser to Caroline Brooks, regional minister for the region.

Delegates, nominees so far, and fighters from the CAQ have been nominated for a party conference in Drummondville on May 28 and 29, which will be hosted by former mayor and former Bloc Québécois deputy Caroline St-Hilaire in Longou. He is scheduled to compete in Sherbrook against Quebec Solitaire MP Christine Labyrinth. Press Wrote earlier this week.

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