On the road to 2019, the Conservative campaign team is boosting its tech game, but urges patience on policy rollout.
Conservative national campaign manager Hamish Marshall, pictured in Ottawa in February, says candidates in 2019 don't need to have a long history with the party to be considered viable options. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Looking to replicate their success in the recent Chicoutimi-Le Fjord, Que., byelection on a national scale, the Conservatives’ 2019 campaign chief is encouraging party faithful to think outside the box and recruit outside traditional party circles.
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