The ball is really starting to role now, as the number of candidates in the race to replace Premier Brad Wall continues to grow.
Saskatoon-Willowgroove MLA, and former Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport Ken Cheveldayoff has thrown his name into the hat.
He says its time for the SaskParty to take a step back and realize its mistakes made in the past decade – citing the GTH land deal and this year’s budget – and prepare for another 10 years of growth.
Cheveldayoff jumps into a leadership race that has Tina Beaudry-Mellor, Alanna Koch (cook), Gordon Wyant and Jeremy Harrison vying for the same prize.
Meantime there could be another SaskParty member making a run for the leadership.
Scott Moe announced yesterday (Mon) that he is resigning as Environment Minister and will make his decision later this week.
The Rosthern-Shellbrook MLA was first elected in 2011, and re-elected in last year’s provincial election.
If he does choose to throw his hat into the ring, he would be the sixth person to enter the race.