Here is part of what I wrote following the Alberta NDP's election victory on Tuesday night:
It is my understanding that a number of university students have been elected to the provincial legislature under an NDP banner not unlike in the 2011 federal election when the NDP had a breakthrough in Quebec. But the federal NDP is the official opposition. There's a good chance you're going to have some 21-year olds being named cabinet ministers. I think they will be in way over their heads and, in four years time, they will be unceremoniously dumped from office.
Enter Deborah Drever. The 26-year old sociology student at Mount Royal College was elected in the once safe Tory constituency of Calgary-Bow by 263 votes.