PC Alberta says anyone running to replace former premier Jim Prentice is going to have to abide by the rules the party has just laid out.
They include retroactive finance disclosure, and not doing anything that could harm the PC brand.
When asked if the latter would pose a problem for the only candidate in the race, so far, party president Katherine O’Neill said she would not discuss hypotheticals.
Conservative MP Jason Kenney is looking to create a new right-centre party; running on a platform to merge the PCs with the Wildrose.
The PC Alberta leadership race does not officially begin until October 1st, and O’Neill says the board has also decided that candidates will have to disclose all spending and donations received in the pre-writ period, from June 30th to October 1st. (td)