Campaign trail: Wynne says election is tied

Goes after Hudak for a plan that would hurt children

Just two days before the election, Kathleen Wynne says it's a tie between herself and Tory leader Tim Hudak.

And the only way to prevent what she calls a disastrous outcome is to throw all your support behind her.

Wynne claims Hudak's plans will be dangerous the province but especially for children, who would suffer because of education cuts.

She made the comments as she spoke to early childhood education students at a college in Kingston.

Surrounded by factory workers in Richmond Hill, wasn't bothered by Wynne's comments. He maintains the Liberals are full of anger, compared to his plans which are full of hope.

Hudak says what would be bad for the province is another Liberal government.

NDP leader Andrea Horwath was in the Windsor area, calling the idea of a Tory-NDP coalition "bullspit". It what the Liberals have been suggesting over the past few days.

However, she hasn't actually ruled out propping up another minority government, be it Progressive Conservative or Liberal.

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  1. Alex posted on 06/10/2014 03:36 PM
    The truth is this is the most lackluster of choices for this election in some time.
    I can not support anyone but I know the Tim Hudak in my opinion is the worst choice.
  2. tanjo posted on 06/10/2014 04:02 PM
    Hudak's plan is full of Hope. As in ... "If am going to give the corporations large tax breaks and HOPE they use the money to hire a million people."

    Wynne, is displaying the true Machiavellian form the Liberals have been famous for since the Trudeau era.

    ... and Horwath is sitting at the end of the bar telling everyone who will listen "I am NOT with These People!"
    1. Lishan posted on 06/10/2014 04:11 PM
      @tanjo We have the PCs planning to make Ontario friendlier to businesses, and then the Liberals and NDP planning to inflict new taxes and higher hydro rates to make Ontario even more hostile to businesses than it already is.

      Probably the PC approach will create jobs; maybe it won't. The Liberal and NDP approach DEFINITELY won't create jobs. So what's the better plan?

      That doesn't even take into account the Liberal track record, where they've spent eleven years proving they can't be trusted.
  3. tanjo posted on 06/10/2014 04:09 PM
    So according to Hudak, the Liberals are Angry and he is full of Hope. Interesting, considering:

    (a) the strongest asset the PC's have is the anger of the general public to the arrogant, negligent Liberal governments

    (b) his policies cater to those with a strongly pessimistic view of the future of Ontario.. i.e. We are doomed unless we cut Cut CUT !

    Brutally mismanaged campaign.
    1. Lishan posted on 06/10/2014 04:13 PM
      @tanjo We have an absolutely brutal level of debt in this province, government spending is out of control, and the Liberals and NDP wants to spend more and more and more. Where do you see any optimism in that?
  4. Alex posted on 06/10/2014 04:22 PM
    Tim Hudak will create jobs and reduce debt. This is an awful thing for Ontario, as jobs keep us shackled and debt keeps us humble.

    Tim Hudak will also lower our hydro costs and income taxes, which is even worse. People only get themselves into trouble when they have more money than the bare minimum to survive.

    The Liberals and NDP know better than we do how much money we really need to keep, they know best, that's why I can't support Tim Hudak. Hudak will give us too much freedom, too much opportunity, and too much prosperity. Boo, Hudak.
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