A PMO staffer and a former Chagger aide seek to flip ridings in 2019 votes
By Neil MossDec. 19, 2018
Plus, Sheila Malcolmson bids the House adieu, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hits the post-adjournment media circuit.
Former Liberal chief of staff Rachel Bendayan, left, will be the Grit candidate in the byelection in Outremont, Que., in February, while PMO adviser and former National Post columnist Michael Den Tandt, right, seeks to win the Liberal nomination for Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound, Ont. Photograph courtesy of Rachel Bendayan and Twitter
Rachel Bendayan will try, once again, to turn the federal riding of Outremont, Que., red, after winning the Liberal nomination over the weekend.
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