WINNIPEG - Shelly Glover will get her day in court on December 23rd.
A Court of Queen's Bench justice has ruled the court has jurisdiction to hear the matter.
Glover claims there were irregularities in the vote where she came up just short and lost the Progressive Conservative leadership to Heather Stefanson who has since been sworn in as Manitoba's first woman premier.
Stefanson has been added as an intervener in the case.
Glover is asking for the vote to be declared invalid.
Justice James Edmond says the hearing next month is a matter of urgency and public interest because it affects not just the two parties but all Manitobans who need to know if the election of our new premier was flawed.