Skelly gracious in defeat

News Oct 06, 2011 Flamborough Review

First-time ADFW PC candidate Donna Skelly was gracious in defeat and told about 35 supporters at the Hamilton Air Force Club in Dundas that it might not be the last time the electorate sees her name on the ballot.

“Hopefully, I will return in four years and win the riding back,” said Skelly.

“There isn’t anything I would change about how we ran the campaign. We ran a good campaign, we just didn't win."

She said she believes the people of Ontario will wake up tomorrow morning and say, "What have we done?"

Skelly gracious in defeat

News Oct 06, 2011 Flamborough Review

First-time ADFW PC candidate Donna Skelly was gracious in defeat and told about 35 supporters at the Hamilton Air Force Club in Dundas that it might not be the last time the electorate sees her name on the ballot.

“Hopefully, I will return in four years and win the riding back,” said Skelly.

“There isn’t anything I would change about how we ran the campaign. We ran a good campaign, we just didn't win."

She said she believes the people of Ontario will wake up tomorrow morning and say, "What have we done?"

Skelly gracious in defeat

News Oct 06, 2011 Flamborough Review

First-time ADFW PC candidate Donna Skelly was gracious in defeat and told about 35 supporters at the Hamilton Air Force Club in Dundas that it might not be the last time the electorate sees her name on the ballot.

“Hopefully, I will return in four years and win the riding back,” said Skelly.

“There isn’t anything I would change about how we ran the campaign. We ran a good campaign, we just didn't win."

She said she believes the people of Ontario will wake up tomorrow morning and say, "What have we done?"