Conservative Party needs honest election post-mortem, soul searching exercise

The Conservatives ran the No Change campaign, which didn’t resonate. Here's how the party can regroup and move forward.

Outgoing Prime Minister Stephen Harper, pictured at a campaign rally in Ottawa during the election, resigned as leader of the Conservative Party. 'While Conservative hunger to turn the page and renew the party could be quickly satiated in a leadership contest, this should only occur after an election post-mortem is completed,' says Walter Robinson. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By Walter Robinson

PUBLISHED :Friday, Oct. 23, 2015 8:20 PM

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