Alberta’s United Conservative Party says it is helping the RCMP investigate voter fraud allegations tied to the party’s 2017 leadership race.
“Happy Mann and Prab Gill have been spreading outright lies for months about the 2017 UCP Leadership Contest. Upon hearing that these lies were referred to the RCMP, we wrote to the RCMP to offer assistance in dispelling these lies once and for all,” wrote UCP executive director Janice Harrington in a statement originally published by Maclean’s.
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“The RCMP have acknowledged receipt of our letter and have taken us up on our offer of assistance. The party is in the process of compiling and sharing information with the RCMP that demonstrates the integrity of the UCP leadership race, and that Happy Mann and Prab Gill are nothing more than disgraced and discredited individuals who should be treated as such.”