MPP Michael Harris endorses Christine Elliott in PC leadership race
Two Waterloo region PC candidates also say Elliott has their support
Three Waterloo region politicians have announced they'll support Christine Elliott in her efforts to become the next leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives.
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Kitchener-Conestoga MPP Michael Harris, along with Kitchener South-Hespeler candidate Amy Fee and Kitchener Centre candidate Mary Henein Thorn announced their endorsements Wednesday morning.
They are running to replace Patrick Brown, who stepped down amid allegations of sexual misconduct while he served as an MP.
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In a join statement, Harris, Fee and Henein Thorn said Elliott is an "accountable leader who is committed to Ontario families and taxpayers."
Would-be candidates have until Feb. 16 to register. The new leader will be announced March 10.