Fresh from a strong second-place showing in the mayor’s race, Doug Ford is eyeing a run for the Progressive Conservative leadership, saying he’s the only candidate with the chops to beat Premier Kathleen Wynne.“We bring a whole new demographic to the table. I think we’ve changed politics . . . focusing on campaigning for the people,” Ford told the Star on Tuesday, promising a decision in “a few weeks.”“I can honestly say I wouldn’t rule that out right now. I’m going to spend some time with the team at our company and my family and see where we go from here.”Ford dominated Etobicoke and Scarborough in the mayoral election, polling more than 330,000 ballots city-wide and garnering 34 per cent of the vote to mayor-elect John Tory’s 40 per cent.