Saskatchewan Party Sought Merger With The Progressive Conservatives - 'To Get Their Cash'
Leader, PC Party of Saskatchewan
March 7, 2007
Presented to the Court of Queens Bench For
Saskatchewan - Judical Centre of Regina
During the 2003 Saskatchewan Provincial Election, it was generally predicted that the New Democrats would fall and the opposition Saskatchewan Party would form government. As a result of these predictions, the Sask Party spent like drunken sailors in an effort to put themselves over the top.
Funny thing happened. The NDP won a 4th term and the Sask Party was left with a huge election debt!
The story could end there except for one little tidbit of historical information. After the 2003 election, the leader of the Saskatchewan Party approached the leader of the tiny, discredited (but cash rich) Saskatchewan Progressive Conservative Party and SOUGHT A MERGER OF THE TWO PARTIES!!
This new information is contained in a sworn affidavit by Rick Swenson, leader of the Saskatchewan P.C.'s:
The main stream media in Saskatchewan have NOT reported on this aspect of the political scene and you have to ask yourself, why?
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