O’Leary leadership campaign focused on business experience, millennials
By Laura RyckewaertMar. 6, 2017
Chris Rougier is campaign manager to Kevin O’Leary, while Mike Coates is campaign chair.
Conservative leadership contender Kevin O'Leary, pictured at the Manning Centre Conference in Ottawa last month. The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright
With a campaign headquarters office in Toronto, businessman and television personality Kevin O’Leary is looking to appeal to millennials and bring a “businessman’s approach to politics” in his bid for the Conservative Party leadership.
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