Digital campaigns say they’ve convinced thousands to try to swing Conservative leadership contest to the centre
Five engineers and two Toronto men say they have helped to sign up thousands of new members to oppose Leitch, O'Leary, and others.
Candidates in the Conservative leadership race aren't the only ones organizing to sway members of the party before the May 27 vote. Several digital campaigns say they have attracted non-traditional conservatives to take out memberships and, they hope, help to elect a party leader close to the political centre. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright