Historic byelection win for Sask. Party candidate

Ken Francis earns 88.1% of the vote, the highest percentage of votes any party candidate has ever received in a provincial election

Historic byelection win for Sask. Party candidateKenneth Brown of The Clarion Ken Francis of the Saskatchewan Party has been elected as the next Kindersley MLA and his byelection victory set a Sask. Party election record. According to results from Elections Saskatchewan, there was a total of 3,790 votes cast from a possible 11,690 eligible voters in the Kindersley constituency. Voter turnout…

Premier makes stop in Kindersley

Scott Moe in riding to support Saskatchewan Party candidate Ken Francis. Byelection set for Thursday

Premier makes stop in KindersleyKenneth Brown of The Clarion The province’s new premier was in Kindersley last week to support the Saskatchewan Party’s byelection candidate and to greet citizens. Scott Moe, who won the party’s leadership race in January, replaced the popular Brad Wall as the province’s premier. Moe was in town on Feb. 23 and it was the…

Voters cast provincial byelection ballots tomorrow

The three candidates are Ken Francis of the Saskatchewan Party, Travis Hebert of the New Democratic Party and Yvonne Potter-Pihach of the Green Party

Voters cast provincial byelection ballots tomorrowClarion Staff The byelection to choose the next Kindersley MLA is tomorrow and voters will head to one of three polling stations in the community to cast their ballots. The byelection takes place at polling stations in 20 communities throughout the Kindersley constituency. The polls on March 1 run from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.…

Kindersley riding byelection information for voters

Eligibility, advance poll dates and locations, registration deadline for March 1 provincial riding vote

Kindersley riding byelection information for votersClarion Staff A byelection has been called for the Kindersley provincial riding on March 1 and Elections Saskatchewan officials are reminding eligible residents to get on the voters list if they’re not already registered. Residents can go to www.elections.sk.ca for information. Saskatchewan Party candidate Ken Francis, New Democratic Party of Saskatchewan candidate Travis Hebert and…

New premier calls for byelection in Kindersley

Voters will decide on March 1. NDP, Sask. Party candidates ready to campaign

New premier calls for byelection in KindersleyKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley constituency has been without a member of the legislative assembly since September but that will change with a byelection set for March 1. Premier Scott Moe was sworn in to office on Feb. 2 by Lt.-Gov. Vaughn Solomon Schofield. One of his first orders of business as premier…

Deputy mayor resigns to focus on MLA campaign

Ken Francis is running for the Saskatchewan Party in the upcoming Kindersley byelection

Deputy mayor resigns to focus on MLA campaignKenneth Brown of The Clarion Ken Francis, who is running for the Saskatchewan Party in the upcoming Kindersley byelection, has resigned from town council to focus on his election campaign. The Town of Kindersley’s former deputy mayor was in attendance for the council meeting on Jan. 29 but he submitted his formal resignation at the…

Deputy mayor to discuss future on town council

Ken Francis, the Saskatchewan Party’s candidate in an upcoming Kindersley byelection, has yet to determine how long he will serve on council

Deputy mayor to discuss future on town councilKenneth Brown of The Clarion Deputy Mayor Ken Francis is the Saskatchewan Party’s candidate in an upcoming Kindersley byelection and he has yet to determine how long he will serve on council. The deputy mayor was nominated to be the Sask. Party candidate on Jan. 8, and he will have to resign from town council…

Kindersley’s Ken Francis earns Sask. Party nomination

Byelection date not yet set to replace Bill Boyd as riding MLA; town council will need to replace Francis if he wins the provincial byelection

Kindersley’s Ken Francis earns Sask. Party nominationKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Town of Kindersley’s current deputy mayor, Ken Francis, has won a contested nomination to be the Saskatchewan Party’s candidate for the Kindersley byelection. A nomination meeting was held at the Kindersley Mall in the space formerly occupied by Home Hardware. More than 600 Saskatchewan Party members turned out to…