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Nominations announced for Conservative, NDP Windsor-West riding

Both the New Democratic and Progressive Conservative parties announced Windsor-West nominees on the weekend.

'I know what it takes to get results' says Henry Lau

Both the New Democratic and Progressive Conservative parties announced Windsor-West nominees on the weekend. (CBC)

Both the New Democratic and Progressive Conservative parties announced Windsor-West nominees on the weekend.

Henry Lau was nominated to lead the Conservative Party and Brian Masse was nominated to run for the NDPs. 

"As a self-made small business owner, I know what it takes to get results," said Lau after his nomination. "I want to use my private sector experience to turn around government and deliver results for the people."

Lau ran for the party in 2015, as well as for the provincial election in 2014. 

Masse, a six-term MP re-elected in 2015, is the critic for innovation, science, economic and development as well as the critic for the Great Lakes.

The Windsor-West Liberal Association has not yet called a meeting to name a candidate. 

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