Tracy was raised in a conservative home and watched her parents and grandparents actively participate in their constituency associations including both federal and territorial campaigns. Her first campaign involvement was in 1984, at the age of 13, working on the Mulroney Campaign as part of the Progressive Conservative Youth.
As a businessman, rancher, husband and father of 3 boys, Drew is a proud resident of Cypress-Medicine Hat. Elected as a member of the Legislative Assembly in 2012, Drew has dedicated his electoral career to standing up for conservative principles and fiscal responsibility.
Jason has the right skills and background to be the MLA for Calgary-Varsity. He is a small business owner, management consultant, mediator/arbitrator, university instructor and former senior transportation executive with over 20 years of experience in human resource management and labour relations.
David is excited to be a supporter of Jason Kenney and the UCP team. It’s time to work toward the next election and dialogue with Albertans to find ways to be more efficient and effective with government expenditures, thus ending the deficits and working on reducing the debt that has been incurred.
David is a strong advocate for the rights of individuals and responsible spending of tax dollars. Tax payers have been burdened far too long with unsustainable increases to their governments spending as well as debt accumulation. He believes this will only be fixed with decisive action or will inevitably send our problems to the workers of tomorrow.
Ali and his family are living the dream of new Canadians. He feels that now is his time to give back to this country and province. As an immigrant, Ali worked at various jobs while earning his MBA. Today, he is a successful businessman with three offices in the Edmonton area.
Tanya feels the greatest trait her parents taught to herself and sisters was that there is no substitute for hard work. She was valedictorian of both her Junior High and Lord Beaverbrook High School, going on to earn a Bachelor of Commerce with a
concentration in Management of Organizations and Human Resources from the University of Calgary.
Karri is a small business owner with over 15 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, economic development, transportation logistics, marketing, and real estate. Understanding that business drives employment, wealth creation, and tax revenue, she will work to ensure that entrepreneurs, industry leaders, and hard-working families can thrive in Lethbridge and across Alberta.
Shane grew up on a small mixed farm in Alberta, was a logger, labourer, equipment operator. He became a Civil Engineering Technologist, and then went to work on Major Project teams for the next 25 years as a Project Coordinator, Construction Manager, Project Manager, General Manger, and Sr. Manager.
Kulshan is an experienced health care professional and entrepreneur. Prior to immigrating to Canada from India, Kulshan received her medical degree and practiced as a physician, delivering medical services to the less fortunate and HIV patients in Mumbai and surrounding rural communities.
Michaela was born and raised in southern Alberta and has chosen to make it her home because of her love of the community and the people that live there. She has immersed herself in the issues and concerns that affect the people most in the constituency of Brooks-Medicine Hat.
Nate was a big advocate and momentum-builder for the movement to unite Alberta-conservatives in 2017. He has personally recruited hundreds of members into the United Conservative Party. He worked on Jason Kenney’s successful leadership campaign and has extensive fundraising experience for conservative causes.
Peter Guthrie and his wife Tracy and our children Mitchell and Camryn, have called Cochrane home for the last 8 years. Since the NDP took control of the legislature in April 2015, I have decided to become politically engaged in bringing about change by announcing my intention to run as a candidate for the newly formed United Conservative Party (UCP).
David feels honoured to have been representing the residents of Lac La Biche-St. Paul-Two Hills for the last four years, while advocating for education, access to healthcare, and our seniors in addition to serving as the Opposition Critic for Indigenous Relations.
Grant Hunter was born in 1967 and grew up in High River, Alberta. Grant was raised in a family that taught the importance of political involvement and activism from a very young age. Grant and his family have lived in Cardston, Alberta for the past 8 years. Grant graduated from BYU with a Bachelor’s of Science degree 21 years ago.