Brooks Planning a Comeback
Prince George, B.C.- Dan Brooks may have stepped away from the leadership of the BC Conservatives, but he is looking to return.
He has announced he is in the running to return to the post as Leader of the party when the BC Conservatives hold their convention in P.G. in September.
When he stepped down from the post in January, Brooks cited a number of reasons including his family and his business. He now indicates it had more to do with pending legal action “Fortunately, it has become manifestly evident to all parties over the course of this ordeal that the legal complaint is without merit and has gone – and is going – nowhere. I now am satisfied that the matter no longer will be a burden, financial or otherwise, to me and my family.” states Brooks in a release.
The 421 year old owns a lodge near Vanderhoof. He ran in the 2013 Provincial election and finished 3rd in the Nechako Lakes riding.