A terrace business women has announced she is tossing her name into the mix for the leadership of the provincial liberal party.
Lucy Sager owns a consulting business in the city and says her theme is “Bring BC Together”
Sager played a big roll in the election of liberal Ellis Ross in the Skeena riding.
However, she may find it pretty tough sledding because she is up against some big guns in BC politics. While so far no one has officially declared they are in the running, people like Mike Bernier, Todd Stone, Mike Dejong and Andrew Wilkinson, all former cabinet minister in the Clark government, have been mulling over the changes of successfully winning the leadership race.
There is even a tory suggesting they may run. MP Dianne Watts. Also interested are two term liberal MLA Sam Sullivan and newly elected lower mainland liberal Michael Lee.
According to interim party leader Rich Coleman, seven potential candidates have approached caucus as well as the business community to gauge what support they may have and their ability to raise the money needed to run.