Kitchener South-Hespeler Announces Candidate for the 2019 Federal Election
Conservative Party members in Kitchener South-Hespeler have nominated Alan Keeso as their candidate for the 2019 federal election. The nomination vote was held in Kitchener Tuesday, October 9th, 2018. “Canada’s Conservatives have a positive vision for Canada, and having Alan join our team will ensure Kitchener South-Hespeler gets the strong representation they deserve in a Conservative government that will lower taxes, and put people before government,” said Alide Forstmanis, President of the Kitchener South-Hespeler Conservative electoral district.
Alan currently is a consultant with the Business Development Bank and was formerly an advisor to small and medium-sized businesses with Grant Thornton. He holds two master’s degrees from Oxford University, one in business and one in biodiversity. Alan was also a reservist in the Canadian Armed Forces, is a member of the Royal Canadian Legion’s Hespeler Branch and was a goalie with Oxford’s ice hockey team. He resides in Kitchener with his wife Jacqueline. “The next election is just over a year away, and I’m going to work every day to help show residents of Kitchener South-Hespeler how an Andrew Scheer Conservative government will help them not just get by, but get ahead,” said Alan. “Kitchener South-Hespeler is a hub of tech innovation and manufacturing, but it needs the right kind of political leadership to ensure that it can attract investment and entrepreneurs, and I’ll fight to do just that.”