The Tories have released a new radio attack ad, planned to be broadcast as of Wednesday.
That’s when an Election Ontario-imposed ban on campaign advertising through conventional methods will be lifted. Until now, ads could only be posted online.
The target of the ad: Premier Kathleen Wynne.
The ad centers on a fictional voter named Deborah typing Wynne a letter, stressing the importance of job creation.
She goes on to mention how the gas plant scandal cost taxpayers over $1 billion.
Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak was out on the campaign trail over the weekend. On Victoria Day, he focused on cutting out some of the regulatory burden on small businesses. Wynne vowed not to put condos at Ontario Place. NDP leader Andrea Horwath proposed having a special debate focused on jobs and the economy.