Thunder Bay Rainy River Liberal Race Getting Busy

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NANOS Poll Canadian PoliticsTHUNDER BAY – POLITICS – The Thunder Bay Rainy-River Liberal Race is crowding up. Don Rusnak a Thunder Bay lawyer has put his name forward as a candidate.

Rusnak told NetNewsLedger that his paperwork is in at Liberal Headquarters, and he is simply awaiting the party to greenlight his candidacy.

Greenlighting means that the candidate has been vetted and approved by the Liberal Party.

Rusnak has been actively out in the riding building his team, and selling memberships.

Currently Vince Riccio and Randy Boyd are also seeking the nomination.

The incumbent MP is John Rafferty for the New Democrats.

Busy Political Day

Today Andrew Foulds came forward for the New Democrats seeking to run in the Thunder Bay Superior North riding. Incumbent MP Bruce Hyer has been nominated for the Green Party, in Thunder Bay Superior North, and has been active already campaigning in the riding.

The federal Conservatives have not announced official candidates, but sources tell NetNewsLedger the party has a candidate in mind for this year’s election. It is likely that the Conservative candidate will be MoeMoe Comuzzi-Stehmann who ran last campaign.

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