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The Progressive Conservative candidate Audrey Gordon has been elected to represent the Winnipeg riding of Southdale at the Manitoba Legislature.
With more than 25 years in the public sector, Gordon brings plenty of experience to the table as she transitions to an elected role.
She holds multiple degrees from the University of Manitoba and was a PC candidate in 2016 in the Fort Rouge riding, running in a hotly-contested race against NDP leader Wab Kinew.
Following her loss in the 2016 election, she was hired by the Pallister government as a special assistant to then-Health Minister Kelvin Goertzen.
Placing second in the riding was the NDP’s Karen Myshkowsky.