Calgary, AB (February 13, 2012): Wildrose is pleased to announce the following candidates:
- Mr. David Stasiewich (Leduc-Beaumont)
David Stasiewich has lived in the constituency of Leduc-Beaumont for 21 years. He has been married to Aline for 39 years, has 3 children and 6 grandchildren. David started Anchor Manufacturing, an oilfield manufacturing facility in 1996 and understands the importance of the energy sector to the Albertan economy. David intends to work hard for the constituents of Leduc-Beaumont and represent their values in the Assembly.
- Mr. Tom Copithorne (Banff-Cochrane)
Tom Copithorne is proud to be a third generation rancher in Jumping Pound, Alberta. The Copithorne family has ranched in the area west of Cochrane since 1887. Tom not only runs a thriving ranching operation but also a successful livestock marketing company. He brings over forty years of business experience to the political realm and looks forward to bringing this experience to Edmonton.
- Mr. Roy Doonanco (Bonnyville-Cold Lake)
Roy has been married to wife Pat for 42 plus years and live near Glendon. He has three adult children and four grandchildren. Roy has devoted more than 40 years serving the public as CAO for urban and rural local governments and school boards around this riding. He has served as a school trustee as well as on many other boards and committees, and is ready to bring his significant governing experience to the Assembly as your MLA.
- Mr. Tim Dyck (Calgary-Bow)
Tim Dyck grew up in Calgary-Bow and has a background in operations management in the transportation sector, and has worked in Alberta's oilsands. Tim has already committed significant time and effort to serving his community, and will continue to work hard to balance the budget, lower taxes and bring common sense justice reform and real conservative values to our seniors, our families, and our children.
- Mr. Jeff Wilson (Calgary-Shaw)
Jeff is born and raised in Alberta, and currently works and is raising his family in Calgary. Jeff currently works as an account executive for a national live audio and video production company, and looks forward to advocating for a return to balanced budgets in the Legislature in Edmonton. Wildrose stands for free enterprise, less government, increased personal freedom and democracy.