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Conservative Values

Monte McNaughton drops out of Tory leadership race

MPP Monte McNaughton is bowing out of the Progressive Conservative leadership run, making it a two-person race between MPP Christine Elliott and Conservative MP Patrick Brown.

McNaughton (Lambton-Kent-Middlesex) has thrown his support behind Brown.

"I am happy to be endorsing Patrick Brown today for leader of our party," McNaughton said in a statement issued Thursday.

"Patrick has demonstrated that he has the energy and ability to bring thousands of new members from diverse backgrounds and different points of view into our party, which is exactly what I've been saying we need."

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