Jun 10, 2014
By Bob Komsic
With just two more days until the election, Kathleen Wynne continues to attempt to sway NDP voters to mark their ballots Liberal.
During a stop in Kingston, the premier said it’s the only way to stop PC Leader Tim Hudak from winning Thursday night.
Wynne says the Liberals and Tories are running neck and neck but if the PCs win a minority, she will not support them if they implement their ”fundamentally flawed” plan.
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath is not ruling out propping up either the Liberals or Tories if there’s another minority government.
But while campaigning in Essex, she ruled out a formal coalition with the PCs, calling it ”bullspit”.
And the way Hudak sees it, his opponents are trying to use fear to win.
In Richmond Hill, the PC leader said his message of hope will trump their scare tactics.