Is Scheer hurting the Conservative party staying on as leader? 1

Is Scheer hurting the Conservative party staying on as leader?

 

Political science professor Lori Williams discusses if Andrew Scheer refusing to step down as Conservative Leader is impacting the party.

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14 comments

    1. Because he had a record breakaway, but missed the goal by miles… Too many Conservatives feel we had nobody to vote for, so stayed home…

    1. @garrett knecht Justin Trudeau is also incompetent, but he knows how to get enough voters to vote for him.
      Elections are just that. Everything after is negotiating from a position of strength.

  1. The naysayers have wrote letters to Andrew Scheer and told him to resign. It’s time for him to step down and let someone else take a bite at the apple. The Conservatives need new leadership.

  2. Losing to Justin was like having an open net in the Stanley Cup Playoffs and missing the shot although they were on a power play.

  3. He needs to come at the liberals hard with a couple issues and be strong… if he stays past april he should promise to cut the carbon tax and get away from the UN

  4. They had every conservative vote to be had. They need to swing votes and he can’t do it. He is hurting the party. He’s looking bad not stepping down

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