Both the Tories and NDP were out on the campaign trail with promises of putting more money in your wallet.
Time Hudak toured in Sudbury before coming back to to southern Ontario, pledging to phase in a 10 per cent cut to personal income taxes once Tory government balances the budget in 2016-17.
NDP leader Andrea Horwath was in a downtown Toronto cafe with promises to give small businesses a tax break so they can shoulder an increase of minimum wage to $12 dollars an hour.
The Liberal government increased it to $11 this year.
Horwath says she would increase it by 50 cents a year, for two years and then tie it to inflation.
She would decrease small business taxes from 4.5 per cent to three percent by 2016. It would cost the province $90 million a year.