Nfld. & Labrador

Kathie Hicks, Tina Olivero, Alison Stoodley running for PCs

Kathie Hicks will run in St. John's Centre, Tina Olivero is the Tory candidate in St. John's East-Quidi Vidi, and Alison Stoodley is running in Waterford Valley.
The Progressive Conservatives have added three businesswomen to their slate of candidates. (PC Party)

The Progressive Conservatives announced three more candidates for the upcoming Nov. 30 general provincial election, with three businesswomen joining the Tory slate.

Kathie Hicks will run in St. John's Centre, Tina Olivero is the Tory candidate in St. John's East-Quidi Vidi, and Alison Stoodley is running in Waterford Valley.

Hicks, a principal in the Spirit of Newfoundland company, will be running against NDP incumbent Gerry Rogers and Liberal candidate Lynn Sullivan.

In St. John's East-Quidi Vidi, Olivero — publisher of an oil and gas magazine —  will be up against NDP incumbent Lorraine Michael and Liberal candidate Paul Antle.

Stoodley, a social media and marketing consultant, will compete in Waterford Valley against Liberal incumbent Tom Osborne and NDP candidate Alison Coffin. 

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