Conservatives eye 2019 election win under Scheer leadership, Raitt says they’re already in ‘100 per cent’ campaign mode

The Tories are presenting Andrew Scheer as the affable everyman to connect with Canadians. And his greatest weapon? His irresistible charm, they say.

Andrew Scheer, pictured May 27, 2017, in Toronto, after winning the Conservative Party's leadership. 'It’s going to take any new leader a year or more to teach Canadians their name, their face, and who they are,' said Chad Rogers. 'Andrew Scheer is at the bottom of a long uphill walk, so he is going to have to run to every opportunity to get to Canadians through any form of media or through direct travel to introduce himself.'The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

PUBLISHED :Monday, July 31, 2017 12:00 AM

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