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Conservative leadership hopefuls may run for a seat in Cambridge

Christine Elliott. Photo: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

Party insiders say Ontario PC leadership hopefuls Christine Elliott and Tanya Granic-Allen may be contemplating running for a seat in the riding of Cambridge.

The Record reports the possibility exists after the frontrunner for the PC nomination in Cambridge, a Calgary dentist, was removed by the party’s nomination committee.

The candidacy of Tanya Khattra raised concerns because she was still living in Alberta, which is in violation of election rules.

The Ontario PC caucus, including Interim Leader Vic Fedeli is meeting in Waterloo Region on Tuesday.

They played a morning game of shinny at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium.