The provincial election cranked into high gear locally over the weekend.
All three of the major political parties held big events in Stratford.
The Perth-Wellington NDP opened their campaign office Saturday on Downie Street across from the Avon Theatre.
Candidate Romayne Smith-Fullerton says having the office open makes a huge difference.
She touched on many issues while addressing the crowd but singled out PC Party leader Tim Hudak’s pledge to cut the civil service by 100,000.
Smith-Fullerton says that’s the absolute wrong way to grow the economy or reduce the deficit.
Smith-Fullerton says the New Democrats defeated the government because they failed to keep the promises they had made in the previous budget.
More information can be found at the Perth-Wellington NDP website.