The Federal Liberals in Canada are in the last lap of their race.
After 9 candidates entered, only 6 names are running. George Takach logged out on January 25; Marc Garneau landed on March 13; David Bertschi withdrew on March 21.
The debates have ended so they’ve lost the chance to attack each other on in front of a crowd. Their last chance to deliver a message to a crowd on April 6 at Liberal Party of Canada’s National Showcase in Toronto, Ontario.
But that still doesn’t stop them keep them from reaching out to grab the votes through email before the ballots starting being sent in on April 6. Supporters can start voting online on the April 7, but those who attend the showcase can vote at the Showcase on April 6
How are they doing that? Tune in each night to find out.
Before the final debate in Montreal Quebec lawyer and MP Martin Cauchon reached out to Liberals saying “Have Your Say.” Continue reading
On February 16, the Liberal Leadership race came to the GTA at the Toronto International Centre to debate in English and French about the role of the federal government within the federation, the future of the middle class, and income equality, transit and infrastructure, job creation, research development, funding and innovation, immigration, international trade, and reconnecting with Canadian voters.