Earlier this week Calgary made national headlines by electing Naheed Nenshi as their new mayor. I was lucky enough to be apart of the Shaw TV election night coverage and let me tell you that it was an amazing night to be a part of television.
The entire evening was hosted by the stunning Erin Strate and throughout the show I acted as the social media expert and took it upon myself to make the typical “election show” a little more exciting.
In case you missed it, here are two clips from Monday night’s election special.
The first clip features a little drinking game some Calgarians were playing on Twitter while watching our show! Was it professional? Probably not. Was it tons of fun to play? 100%.
The second clip aired a little bit later in the night. When it became clear that Nenshi was going to win the Mayoral seat, I took it upon myself to help runners-up Barb Higgins and Ric McIver look for jobs.
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