Tories lead in latest election poll; Liberal, NDP, Green updates
Yesterday’s latest (April 5) election poll, shows the Liberals up about two percentage points to 30.2 per cent, now less that 10 points behind the Conservatives at 39.8 per cent. The NDP is at 16.5 per cent.
Chatham-Kent Mayor Randy Hope said yesterday that although he did not want to see a Federal Election, he’s hoping for continued dialogue with whomever gets voted in locally.
The Kent and Essex County Federations of Agriculture are hosting an all candidates debate in Tilbury next Tuesday, for voters in Chatham-Kent-Essex.
The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. at the K of C Hall.
Lambton-Kent Middlesex Liberal candidate Gayle Stucke will open her Wallaceburg campaign office tomorrow April 7), and NDP candidate Joe Hill will open his Wallaceburg office on Saturday (April 9.)
Federal appeals court ruled yesterday (April 5) it won’t give the Green Party of Canada an expedited hearing in its bid to get a seat during the televised leaders debates next week.
The ruling leaves the party hoping the court of public opinion will change the minds of the broadcast consortium that left party leader Elizabeth May out of the debates.
May has scheduled a cross-country rally for deomracy, with stops scheduled in Toronto, Montreal, Halifax, Hamilton and Vancouver.