As the local candidates held their last debate; the leaders gear up for their rumble tonight.
The leaders debate between Andrea Horwath, Tim Hudak and Kathleen Wynne will be held in Toronto starting at 6:30pm.
You can expect jobs and the deficit to be a recurring issue this evening.
Randy Pettapiece jumped on both issues frequently in last Thursday’s all-candidates debate in Stratford.
It’s predicted Liberal Kathleen Wynne will try to attack Hudak’s deficit reduction plan.
Perth-Wellington Liberal candidate Stewart Skinner did just that last Thursday at the debate in Stratford.
The NDP leader Andrea Horwath will try to present herself as fit to govern.
Her Perth-Wellington candidate Romayne Smith-Fullerton told the local all-candidates meeting last Thursday that the New Democrats actually have the best record of fiscal management across the country.
Only the Liberal, NDP and PC party leaders are allowed to take part.
The plans and visions of the smaller parties will not be heard.
Irma Devries is running for the Family Coalition Party in Perth-Wellington and was able to convey her party’s beliefs on deficit reduction last Thursday night in Stratford at the all candidates meeting.
The Perth-Wellington Freedom Party candidate Robby Smink told the all-candidates meeting last Thursday in Stratford that the big three parties have the same approach to health care.
The Perth-Wellington Green Party candidate Chris Desjardins told the local all-candidates meeting in Stratford last week that his party wants to see one public school system – a view you’re not likely to hear tonight.
Election Day is June 12th.