At our meeting in Red Deer on April 30, 2016, everyday Albertans from across the province made it clear that they did not support having multiple conservative political parties on the ballot in the next election. They clearly expressed their desire to end vote-splitting and unite all conservative voters behind a single option. Over the course of the next 14 months, the leadership and activists in both the PC and Wildrose legacy parties came to an agreement and created the new United Conservative Party after pressure mounted from everyday Albertans. The membership of both parties voted with overwhelming 95% majorities, a massive endorsement of Alberta Can't Wait's message.
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