Long-time community newspaper publisher and small businessperson Terry Jenson has enteredthe race to be the Saskatchewan Party’s candidate for Martensville-Warman in the 2020 provincial election.
A lifelong resident of Saskatchewan who has made Warman home for over 12 years, Jenson possesses a successful background in small business and community volunteerism. He is well-known within the constituency and is now wanting to represent the residents of Martensville-Warman in Regina as MLA.
“The timing is right for me both personally and professionally,” he explained. “I have the time, the desire, and the skills needed to be an effective elected representative in the Legislature. Our province has gone through a period of unprecedented growth for the past 12 years and I want to use my experience and knowledge to help keep that positive growth happening well into the future.”
The 48-year-old father of two school-aged children is connected to his community and has volunteered his time and expertise with several non-profit organizations and groups within the constituency.
In addition to his dedication to the communities in the constituency, Jenson has served over 20 years as an elected board member of various provincial and national industry associations. He and his wife, Angela, are partners in the family business, the Clark’s Crossing Gazette, a community newspaper based in Warman.
The next provincial election will be held on October 26, 2020.