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Saskatchewan judge sentences another drunk driver to run for provincial office

REGINA – As a part of his sentencing, another Saskatchewan man will serve as a candidate in the upcoming provincial election.

Jake Brown, a 43-year-old clerk from Yorkton, will now be the candidate for Saskatoon North.

“As a part of your community service, you are hereby required to run as an MLA for at least 25 days, and, if elected, the full length of your term,” said Justice Al Thorn who has already sentenced another driver to run as an NDP candidate in Moose Jaw.

The Crown and Defence agreed the sentence was fitting for crime.

“I vow to lower taxes and my blood alcohol level,” said Brown in a court-ordered stump speech.

The surly contender said that he fully supports the Sask Party’s proposal for a home renovation tax credit especially for the homeowner whose living room wall he destroyed with his F-150 earlier this year.