Caroline Mulroney will make a second stop in Niagara
A second trip to Niagara for Ontario PC Leadership hopeful, Caroline Mulroney.
The Toronto lawyer will meet with supporters at John Michael’s Banquet hall in Thorold Wednesday night.
The daughter of former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney is new to politics, as she runs for the leadership and a seat in the riding of York-Simcoe.
Mulroney was in Niagara was in Niagara a few weeks back when she hosted a free lunch at Johnny Rocco's in St.Catharines on Valentines Day.
PC party members are voting online for a new leader to replace Patrick Brown, who resigned in late January amid sexual misconduct allegations that he denies.
Some of the four candidates running to replace Brown have raised concerns about the voting system, saying many members have not yet received the documents required for them to cast a ballot.
They have also sounded the alarm about potential membership fraud, but the party says it is aware of their concerns and is working to ensure the voting process remains secure and accessible to all members.
Also running for the leadership are Tanya Granic Allen, Doug Ford, Christine Elliott.
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