The Canadian Press

1999-06-11 | UA-Vote-Clark

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Federal Tory leader Joe Clark said supporters of the proposed United Alternative should be disappointed with the results of a June 10 vote. About 60 per cent of Reform party members voted to build a new, right-wing party. But Clark said those numbers are nothing to brag about and pledged he would have a Conservative candidate running in all 301-constituencies in the next election.

Date: 1999-06-11
Placeline: Calgary, AB, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 16 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << this vote is, at best a very timid endorsement of this is not a vehicle that's going to be able to of build across the country and, I would hope that they would give me a hand in in the building a national alternative on the basis of this party >>

Clip ID: 19990611CPCN002