While provincial Conservatives will choose their Kamloops-South candidate on Feb. 21, their Kamloops-North counterparts are still finishing up the paperwork for their nominee.
“We’re working on it. There’s something in place. There could be an announcement, possibly next week. I know of one (candidate) for a fact. And the paperwork’s all been done, record check,” Kamloops-North Thompson constituency association president Ed Fehr said Friday.
“It’s moving very quick. Next week, I’m hoping to have word back from head office. At that point, I can speak to that. The person who’s running is absolutely wonderful.”
In Kamloops South, two candidates will address members at the old yacht club on Feb. 21 to win the nomination. Peter Sharp and Maria Dobi will give speeches and answer questions in their bids for the position.
Kamloops-South constituency president Alan Forseth said the riding has about 100 members and he expects a turnout of at least 50 to 60 at the nomination.