With Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservatives on the verge of re-election on Thursday, opposition leaders jockeying for second place are calculating their odds of political survival.
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Liberal leader Steven Del Duca was upbeat on Tuesday, insisting that things were different from the last provincial election in 2018, when he lost his own seat in Vaughan-Woodbridge.
“Let me tell you, the vibe is good. The energy level is good. The candidates are feeling good at the door,” said del Duca, who spoke about the fear liberals felt in the final days of that terrible campaign four years ago. spoke openly about it.
NDP leader Andrea Horvath, whose party has not experienced the same mid-campaign boom this year as it did in 2018, when the New Democrats doubled their seat count, was more optimistic and Was not committed to staying at the top of the party. ,
“I’m going to wait to see what the people of Ontario decide,” said Horvath, who is in his fourth…