Andrew Scheer has officially stepped down as leader of the Conservative Party. While that in itself is big news, Andrew Scheer's resignation raises another question: who will replace him? So far, there is one name that seems to be capturing people's attention.\nIn the wake of Scheer quitting, the name of one Conservative Party member began trending on Twitter: Rona Ambrose.\nAmbrose previously served as interim leader of the party after Stephen Harper's resignation and before Andrew Scheer's election to the position. Ambrose herself resigned from Parliament in 2017.\nScheer's resignation comes amid accusations from anonymous party seniors that he had used party funds to pay for his children's private schooling.\nDespite stepping down, Scheer will still serve as MP for Regina—Qu’Appelle. He also said that whoever is chosen as the new party leader will have is full support.\n"I believe in this party, I believe in our movement, I believe that we will be a government after the next election," the leader said during his resignation speech.\nNot long after Scheer announced that he would resign, Rona Ambrose started trending on Twitter. Some Canadians were discussing the possibility of Ambrose stepping back into federal politics and leading the Conservative Party again.\nI would say Rona Ambrose would be an excellent fit. Not sure is she will leave the private sector back to the gong show which is called Federal Politics— Steve Thomson (@Steve_Thom77) December 12, 2019\n"I would say Rona Ambrose would be an excellent fit. Not sure is [sic] she will leave the private sector back to the gong show which is called Federal Politics," wrote Twitter user @Steve_Thom77.\n"I said that during the election, they made a mistake not keeping [Rona Ambrose]. She's proven she can reach across an isle [sic] and would have had a much better chance of possible swing voters (for example me during this election)," wrote @coopalupe.\n"Agreed. Rona Ambrose has appeal to swing voters, especially those in urban areas. CPC can’t win without GTA and other suburbs. Rightly or wrongly, Scheer was viewed as some social conservative evangelical prairie boy. Not as relatable," @Justorbs wrote in a reply.\nI said that during the election, they made a mistake not keeping her. She's proven she can reach across an isle and would have had a much better chance of possible swing voters (for example me during this election)— Jeremy Cooper (@coopalupe) December 12, 2019\nAgreed. Rona Ambrose has appeal to swing voters, especially those in urban areas. CPC can’t win without GTA and other suburbs.Rightly or wrongly, Scheer was viewed as some social conservative evangelical prairie boy. Not as relatable.— Justin (@Justorbs) December 12, 2019\nGo with Rona Ambrose!— rpscapitalmarkets (@rpscapitalmark1) December 12, 2019\nRona Ambrose is their best chance.— Alistair Maynard Doolan (@MaynardSimser) December 12, 2019\nMy choice would be Rona Ambrose, but I don't believe she has any intentions of coming back to politics.— Joanne Rémillard Birce (@JoanneBirce) December 12, 2019\nThe logical replacement would be Rona Ambrose. Which probably means that she will never be chosen. A woman?? Don't be crazy!!— David H (@copywright) December 12, 2019\nCPC want someone who can win? Get Rona Ambrose out of retirement.— John Riche (@JohnRiche) December 12, 2019\nPlease, no. If I were to give them advice it would be to move away fr the same old and go for a moderate like Rona Ambrose or Michael Chong.— Aaron W (@Teirersias) December 12, 2019\nIf the CPC choose Rona Ambrose as leader you can guarantee a strong Conservative majority.— lowebowski (@lowebowski) December 12, 2019\nGreat move! Please step up and assume your rightful place Rona Ambrose!— Dive Bar Dave (@davidlm0652) December 12, 2019\nSheer was a terrible choice for leader. The more we learn about him the more apparent that becomes! It should have been Rona Ambrose all along!!!!!— Charleigh Rae 🧜🏻♀️ (@realwifelife) December 12, 2019\nIf the Conservatives choose Rona Ambrose as their next leader, she'll be the next PM of Canada.— Marita Dachsel (@maritadachsel) December 12, 2019\nDespite the strong show of support, a few critics voiced their concerns over Ambrose being chosen as party leader.\n"Just a friendly reminder that Rona Ambrose, as Minister of the Status of Women, in 2012, voted to re-open the abortion debate in Canada. While a big step forward for progressive conservatives, she's far from a trustworthy ally. #cdnpoli" wrote @waflerthomas.\n"Rona Ambrose? The same lady who voted to reopen the abortion debate in 2012? No, please & thank you. #cdnpoli" wrote @bullock_bear.\nJust a friendly reminder that Rona Ambrose, as Minister of the Status of Women, in 2012, voted to re-open the abortion debate in Canada. While a big step forward for progressive conservatives, she's far from a trustworthy ally. #cdnpoli— Joshua Wafler-Thomas (@waflerthomas) December 12, 2019\nRona Ambrose? The same lady who voted to reopen the abortion debate in 2012? No, please & thank you. #cdnpoli— Bear/Ms Bear (@bullock_bear) December 12, 2019\nNot Rona Ambrose. As much as I liked her while she was interim leader she came out as a snake in the grass liberal when she went to work with them in the US to deal with the USMCA negotiations. No thanks. Not Kenney either he's a globalist like two face is. Poilievre or Rempel.— Wendyz Cafe #WEXIT #WEXITALBERTA (@AsmrSilent) December 12, 2019\nRona Ambrose used to follow me. I thought she did a good job as an Interim Leader for CPC. One comment of‘GENUINE CONCERN’ &she BLOCKED me.Is this what the so called“BIG TENT” for CPC looks like? This is WRONG!What’s so OFFENSIVE about my comment? pic.twitter.com/3gVGIGjBjG— Mrs. FE🇨🇦🇬🇷 (@EffieGib) November 22, 2019\nRona Ambrose is a turn coat. Those parades are not even attended by gays as they find them disgusting. The LGBTQ have all their rights and it is now certain Cons who r making this an issue. Shame. Does not look good on them. https://t.co/HWwud4fO2Z— Lulabell (@LucyVagasi) November 22, 2019\nIt's still too early to know definitively who will lead the party, but Andrew Scheer will stay on in his position until a new leader is chosen.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.