Another local politician has joined the race to run as a Tory against Huron Bruce MPP Carol Mitchell in the Fall.
Saugeen Shores Councillor Taun Frosst recently announced he's seeking the Provincial Progressive Conservative candidacy for Huron Bruce.
Frosst joins former Huron County Warden John Bezaire, Huron Kinloss Mayor Mitch Twolan and Teeswater resident Lisa Thompson -- the General Manager of the Ontario Dairy Goat Co-operative.
Entering the game this late has been a challenge for Frosst, who tells us he doesn't have a Tory membership list for Huron Bruce.
But he's been busy in the riding trying to drum up support for the April 16th P-C nomination meeting in Ripley.
The councillor has years of public service experience, he was a farmer and is currently a small business owner in Port Elgin.
Frosst believes there's too much wasteful spending in our Local Health Integration Networks.
He also believes the Liberals messed up on the implemented of the Green Energy Act, and that's going to bite them during the election.