Hamilton Centre Nomination Meeting


NOMINATION MEETING
Wednesday, January 26, 2022

The Party will nominate a candidate for the next General Election in Hamilton Centre on Wednesday, January 26, 2022.

As a member in good standing of the Hamilton Centre Ontario PC Constituency Association you are eligible to participate. Party members who wish to participate must hold a current membership as of January 22, 2022. Members who do not have an active membership by 11:59pm on January 22, 2022 will not be eligible to participate.
Any member in good standing who wishes to apply to be a candidate in the riding of Hamilton Centre, must be approved by the Provincial Nominations Committee by 5:00pm on January 22, 2022.

One candidate has been approved by the Provincial Nominations Committee to contest this nomination. The candidate is:

Sarah Bokhari

Due to Covid 19 this nomination meeting will be held via Zoom. To participate in this nomination meeting please RSVP to Director of Organization, Gareth Neilson, via email: [email protected]

Members who RSVP will be sent the zoom credentials via email in advance of the meeting.

When: Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Where: Via Zoom
Link will be provided to the membership prior to the nomination meeting.

Agenda: Meeting begins at 6:00 pm

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