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TORONTO, January 31, 2002 (LSN.ca) – A Toronto transvestite who goes by the name Enza ‘Supermodel’ Anderson has withdrawn from the Canadian Alliance leadership race saying he could not raise the $25,000 needed to run. Yesterday LifeSite reported that his run for the Alliance leadership was funded by big name federal Tory supporters in order to mock the Alliance and former leader Stockwell Day.

See yesterday’s LifeSite coverage:  TORY SUPPORTERS PROPPED UP TRANSVESTITE’S MOCK RUN FOR ALLIANCE LEADERSHIP https://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2002/jan/020130.html#2

See the Global report on Anderson’s withdrawal from the race:  https://www.canada.com/ottawa/story.asp?id={F0C3B5FB-8CA1-4E2D-B944-422D3FA2FAF7}

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