Provincial leaders are flexing their political muscles, getting ready for the big three-party debate tomorrow night.
While out on the campaign trail today, they each offered a peek into their campaign strategy.
Premier Kathleen Wynne is the rookie in this match-up. She says she's excited to take part, calling it an opportunity. Wynne says many people haven't been paying attention to the election campaign up until now so this is her party's chance to engage them.
Tory leader Tim Hudak says he'll be the only "straight-shooter" up there, accusing the other two leaders of acting. Hudak claims both the Liberals and NDP will promise anything to get elected and then break those promises while in office.
While NDP leader Andrea Horwath isn't revealing her entire debate plan, she says she's ready to throwdown if need be. She says that's why she's known as the "Steeltown Scrapper," referencing her roots in Hamilton.