Alberta's New Interim United Conservative Leader was Spokesman for Group Opposed to 'Homosexual Agenda' - 2017-07-24

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F0.png Alberta's New Interim United Conservative Leader was Spokesman for Group Opposed to 'Homosexual Agenda' July 24, 2017, PressProgress

Cooper was chosen as interim leader of the new party Monday afternoon after members of Alberta's Wildrose and Progressive Convervatives voted to merge this weekend.

Before leaping into electoral politics in 2015 after serving in the party's backrooms as Caucus Chief of Staff and Director of Legislative Affairs, Cooper served as spokesperson for a group called Canada Family Action.

During his time with the group, Cooper generated eyebrow-raising headlines following a 2011 press conference in Ottawa that saw Stephen Harper's Conservatives denounced for allegedly being soft on child sex crimes.

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