Tracy Parsons

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<!-- Deleted image removed: -->Tracy Parsons was the second leader of the Progressive Canadian Party, from May 2005 to November 2007. She ran in the 2008 federal election as a Liberal Party candidate in riding of Cumberland—Colchester—Musquodoboit Valley. She lost to former Conservative MP and independent candidate Bill Casey.

Early political career

Parsons became leader by unanimous vote at National Council in 2005, replacing founding interim leader Ernie Schreiber. In the 2004 federal election, Parsons was one of the fledgling party's sixteen candidates, contesting the riding of Dartmouth—Cole Harbour. In the 2006 election she ran, and lost, in Carleton—Mississippi Mills.

She was involved in the former Progressive Conservative Party of Canada at the riding level and as a field organizer.

Joining the Liberal Party

It was announced on 17 November 2007 that Parsons and several other high level members of the party, were joining the Liberal Party of Canada.; The Globe and Mail, 17 November 2007

Parsons successfully sought the Liberal Party nomination in the riding of Cumberland—Colchester—Musquodoboit Valley on May 23, 2008. Her nomination meeting in Amherst, Nova Scotia was attended by Willowdale MP, Martha Hall Findlay. In the 2008 federal election, she came fourth with 3,344 votes.

Biography

Parsons was born in Toronto and raised in the Bramalea development in Chinguacousy Township, now part of Brampton, Ontario. She attended......
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