Ken was among the first Saskatchewan Party MLAs ever elected in the province's cities. First elected in 2003 by just over 600 votes, he has grown his support in each subsequent election to margins of 5000. He knows what it takes to win in the province's growing urban centres. He was there when the Saskatchewan Party won all but one rural seat in 2003, but still lost to the NDP. Keeping Saskatchewan strong will mean winning in the cities through Experience and Leadership. Ken is that candidate!