The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce Andrew Frank as its candidate in the constituency of Concordia for the upcoming election in April.
“Andrew’s background in business is impressive, though he’s also a community leader as a volunteer and in education,” said PC Leader Brian Pallister. “His strengths in these areas make him a great addition to the PC team as we work toward bringing a change for the better to the residents of Concordia, and to all Manitobans.”
Andrew is the chief operating officer at Vista Medical Ltd., a company he co-founded in the early 1990s. He has also been the chairman of the board of The King’s School for the past five years, and has managed a neighbourhood division of the Winnipeg Harvest food bank operating in the northeast areas of the city.
The PC Party is continuing to build momentum across Manitoba, with more nominations coming in the weeks ahead.
The PCs have so far nominated 54 candidates in the 57 constituencies. Of the party’s 38 new candidates, 16 are women.