REGINA – Sandra Morin has been nominated as the New Democratic candidate for Regina Walsh Acres in 2020. To win the nomination, Morin defeated two other candidates, Gloria Patrick and Meara Conway, in front of hundreds of New Democrats this evening.
“Eleven years of the Sask. Party’s short-sighted mismanagement has resulted in ballooning provincial debt and rising costs for families,” said Morin. “We need a government that makes life better for Saskatchewan people, and works to build an economy that benefits everyone. I look forward to representing the people of Regina Walsh Acres and forming a government that puts people first.”
Morin is a community leader, avid volunteer, and advocate for an inclusive society. She serves as the president of the Multilingual Association of Regina and teaches German in the evenings and on weekends. She presently works as a civilian employee with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and previously served as the MLA for Regina Walsh Acres from 2003 – 2011.
“Sandra is an experienced and committed community leader who understands the reality for Saskatchewan’s working families,” said NDP Leader Ryan Meili. “I am thrilled to welcome her to our growing slate of candidates for 2020.”
Morin is the nineteenth candidate nominated for the Saskatchewan NDP for the 2020 provincial election. The next nomination meeting will take place on June 1, 2019, for Saskatoon Churchill-Wildwood.