Shaye Anderson nominated as NDP candidate in Leduc-Beaumont

Leduc, Alberta – Shaye Anderson, current MLA for the region, and Minister of Municipal Affairs, was acclaimed as the NDP’s candidate for Leduc-Beaumont in the next provincial election. Shaye is a long-time advocate for the region and is passionate about protecting the services that Albertans rely on.

“In my current role, I’ve had the chance to visit a lot of communities across Alberta,” said Shaye. “I’ve loved seeing what our amazing province has to offer but for me, Leduc-Beaumont is special. It’s the place that my wife and I have chosen to raise our family, and I am committed to making sure that it is an economically diverse region, with good jobs, good schools and good hospitals.”

As an active member of the Telecommunications Workers Union and United Steelworkers local 1944, Shaye chose to join Premier Rachel Notley and Alberta’s NDP because they are on the side of everyday Albertans.


“I want to continue the important work we’ve been doing for the past three years,” said Shaye. “I want to keep standing up to those who call for deep cuts to public services, to continue to root out wastefulness and corruption, and to continue building a diversified economy that works for all Albertans.”

Shaye Anderson was elected as the Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for Leduc-Beaumont on May 5, 2015. On January 19, 2017 he was sworn in as Minister of Municipal Affairs.