Five provincial election candidates are running in Red Deer-South and five candidates are running in Red Deer-South. (File photo by BLACK PRESS)

Red Deer voters have a few choices

Provincial election set for April 16

Candidates running in

2019 Alberta election

Red Deer voters will have the following candidates to choose from in the April 16 provincial election.

Red Deer-North candidates are:

l Matt Chapin, Freedom Conservative Party

l Paul Hardy, Alberta Party

l Adriana LaGrange, United Conservative Party

l Michael Neufeld, Alberta Independence Party

l Kim Schreiner, Alberta NDP (incumbent)

Red Deer South candidates are:

l Teah-Jay Cartwright, Freedom Conservative Party

l Lori Curran, Green Party of Alberta

l Ryan McDougall, Alberta Party

l Barb Miller, Alberta NDP (incumbent)

l Jason Stephan, United Conservative Party

On April 11, the Red Deer & District Chamber is hosting an election forum from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Harvest Centre in Westerner Park.

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