CKNW News Staff | Email news tips to firstname.lastname@example.org
Premier Christy Clark rejects any suggestion the Liberals' nomination race in Vancouver-False Creek didn't go her way.
The race featured Clark’s friend, Lorne Mayencourt, and former Vancouver mayor Sam Sullivan, who, with 53 per cent of the vote, secured the nomination.
An interesting result to political watchers, since Sullivan upset Clark for the NPA mayoral nomination eight years ago.
The premier says there are no hard feelings: "It says a lot about Sam’s character that he would decide he wants to run with me. I'm just delighted to have him on the team.”
Clark calls Sullivan a leader in disability issues, adding he brings strength to the liberal ticket.