- — Alan Doyle (@alanthomasdoyle)Mon, Jun 16 2014 17:17:53Conversely, so many are stepping up for the Liberals, I may have to face Clinton and Obama to win my local nomination. NL Politics is mad.
- — Alan Doyle (@alanthomasdoyle)Mon, Jun 16 2014 17:09:40If two other people in Newfoundland refuse to be Leader of the PC Party, I think it will be mine by default.
- — Chris O'Neill-Yates (@oneillyatescbc)Mon, Jun 16 2014 18:35:02Premier Tom Marshall says he will stay and oversee he process until there is a new leader. He is NOT staying on #nlpoli
- — Kevin Pollard (@MHAKevinPollard)Mon, Jun 16 2014 18:43:49
- — Janet Coleman (@JanetColeman13)Mon, Jun 16 2014 17:32:43Truly sorry #nlpoli but we need him full-time for a little while longer, grateful you returned him in one piece. Love you Dad and thanks xo
- — Yvonne Jones (@YvonneJJones)Mon, Jun 16 2014 16:14:07
- — Gerry Byrne (@Gerry_Byrne)Mon, Jun 16 2014 16:43:41My sincere best wishes to Mr. Coleman and my thanks for his stepping up for public service. We know this is never easy. #nlpoli
- — David Cochrane (@CochraneCBCNL)Mon, Jun 16 2014 16:02:09I don't think I've ever heard of a premier designate quitting before ever getting the chance to be premier. #nlpoli
- — David Cochrane (@CochraneCBCNL)Mon, Jun 16 2014 15:48:25PC insiders tell me Frank Coleman is stepping down as PC leader. Formal announcement at 2 pm. #nlpoli
#nlpoli's reaction to Frank Coleman's resignation
The local twittersphere blew up when news came out that Frank Coleman, premier-designate, said he was stepping down.
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