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Four Saskatchewan Ministers will not stand for re-election in the next elections

Four Saskatchewan Party ministers announced Tuesday that they will not seek re-election in the 2024 provincial election. February 6, 2024.

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Four Saskatchewan Party ministers announced Tuesday that they will not seek re-election in the 2024 provincial election.

According to a statement posted on of the province's Crown corporations, Dustin Duncan, will not be a candidate in the next election.

The Saskatchewan Party statement notes that Donna Harpauer and Don McMorris were first elected in 1999 and were subsequently re-elected five times.

Dustin Duncan was first elected in 2006 and subsequently won four elections. Gordon Wyant, on the other hand, was first elected in 2010 and has been re-elected three times.

In a message posted on X, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe thanks the four political figures who have led various ministries. >This represents more than 80 years of combined political experience and service to the people of Saskatchewan, he notes.

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At the same time, every government and every party needs renewal, and I respect the decision that Donna, Don, Dustin and Gord have made, that it is time to renew their constituencies and begin a new chapter in their lives, he adds.

According to the release, the Saskatchewan Party has nominated 37 candidates for the 2024 election, of which 30 are incumbent MPs seeking re-election and 7 are new candidates.

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