Decision reserved in challenge of PC leadership race that chose Manitoba premier.

Losing candidate Shelly Glover hopes to see voting results thrown out.

The legal battle over the leadership race that appointed Manitoba’s new premier may get a ruling in as little as a week.

Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench Justice James Edmond reserved his decision Friday afternoon in the case involving the province’s governing Progressive Conservative Party and its recent leadership race that saw Premier Heather Stefanson win by a slim margin on Oct. 30.

Losing candidate Shelly Glover, a former member of Parliament, has asked Edmond to throw out the result of that vote.

After hearing submissions throughout the day Friday, Edmond said he plans to try to have a decision ready on Dec. 17.

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