New Conservative leader announces Chief of Staff National Campaign Manager, and Senior Advisor picks.
As he formally takes over as Conservative Party leader and Opposition leader, Erin O’Toole has announced new appointments, and a key nomination.
Here’s what the party said in a press release:
“Ottawa, ON – Erin O’Toole, Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada and Leader of Her Majesty’s Official Opposition, has announced the following two appointments and one nomination:
Tausha Michaud – Chief of Staff to the Leader of the Official Opposition
Michaud is a long-time political veteran with over 10 years of experience working in municipal, provincial, and federal government. She formerly served as Senior Advisor to Mr. O’Toole when he was Canada’s Minister of Veteran Affairs.
Fred DeLorey – National Campaign Manager
DeLorey most recently served as National Campaign Manager for the Erin O’Toole Leadership Campaign. DeLorey previously served as Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s Director of Field Operations, and as former Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Director of Political operations, and as national spokesperson for the Conservative Party’s majority winning 2011 election campaign. His appointment takes immediate effect.
Alupa Clarke – Senior Advisor to the Leader
Clarke is a former Conservative MP for Beauport-Limoilou (2015-2019) and was Erin O’Toole’s leadership Campaign Chair in Québec. Before being elected for the first time in 2015, Clarke serve in our Canadian armed forces in the ranks of the 6th field artillery regiment, based in Levis, Québec.
Janet Fryday Dorey – Executive Director, Conservative Party of Canada
Fryday Dorey is the former president of the Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party and has chaired provincial election campaigns and managed countless campaigns across Canada. She is the current Atlantic Organizer for the Conservative Party of Canada.
Mr. O’Toole has nominated Fryday Dorey for the role of Executive Director, which, as per the Conservative Party’s constitution, must be ratified by the National Council of the Conservative Party of Canada.”
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