Alberta's cabinet ministers are delivering a range of answers -- from maybe to a hard no -- on whether they will run to replace Jason Kenney as United Conservative leader and premier.
The ministers were quizzed on their way into the house on the first day back since Kenney announced last week he was stepping down.
Environment Minister Jason Nixon and Transportation Minister Rajan Sawhney (rah-ZHAWN' SAW'-nee) say they're thinking about it.
Finance Minister Travis Toews (TAVES) won't say whether he's even considering it or has ruled it out.
Justice Minister Tyler Shandro says he won't run.
Advanced Education Minister Demetrios Nicolaides (nick-oh-LIE'-dez) and Health Minister Jason Copping also say they have no plans to run.
So far only U-C-P backbencher Brian Jean (GENE) and former Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith have confirmed they will run for Kenney's job.
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