There are now four people running for office in Borderland constituency in the September provincial election.
Josh Guenter, the Progressive Conservative candidate, says he's getting some good feedback from the voters he's talked to on the campaign trail.
"Voters know that we're taxed to the max and they also know that they have a friend in government in Premier Pallister and the PC team. So, our message of affordability, lower taxes and better services are resonating."
Guenter will be going up against Liberal Loren Braul, Liz Cronk of the NDP and incumbent candidate Cliff Graydon.
He hopes to replace Graydon as the next M-L-A to represent the region. Graydon was kicked out of the governing PC party over inappropriate remarks made to female staff members at the legislature. He has been sitting as an Independent MLA ever since.
Graydon has said he's running in this election because so many supporters in Borderland have urged him to do so.
Guenter says he's not too concerned about the possibility that Graydon may split the conservative vote in Borderland when voters go to the polls on September 10.
"I want to thank Cliff for his years of public service, but as I've said before, I'm prepared to be a voice for our area in the legislature and I want to be part of a strong, united PC team so that we can continue to do the good work that we're doing on behalf of our constituents."