The sad, weak lineup for Andrew Scheer's job - 2019-12-04
Andrew Scheer's days as federal Conservative leader seem numbered, with more and more party members doubting his ability to win the next election.
Scheer faces a leadership review at the party's regular convention in April. If he loses the review, or steps down before then, the Conservatives would be into their second leadership race in the last three years.
There is no heir-apparent to Scheer. Indeed, the lineup of potential contenders is uninspiring. Each is flawed in some major way, which raises doubts about the party's ability to appeal to a greater spectrum of voters, even with a new leader.