PC CANDIDATE CAROLINE MULRONEY VISITS BLYTH ON FINAL LEG OF CAMPAIGN TOUR 3/8/2018 3:10:06 PM
With only a few days left until the votes are tallied, it's do or die for PC leadership hopeful Caroline Mulroney.
As the province's political parties gear up for the election on June 7th, they know only a few things for sure: Premier Kathleen Wynne is extremely unpopular; the $14 minimum wage isn't; and plenty of voters are in the mood for a change.
Mulroney has been campaigning heavily in the short amount of time she's had since Patrick Brown stepped down in January. Thursday is her final day of campaigning, and her last chance to secure some votes that she hopes will help her win. Mulroney says that she has what it takes to make Ontario blue again.
A crowd of roughly 100 people came out to Blyth, ON to hear the contender from the York-Simcoe riding speak about how she plans to take down Kathleen Wynne and the Liberals in the upcoming provincial election.
Mulroney's main goals are to support the needs of Ontario families, reform and re-invigorate the Ontario PC Party, reduce taxes and eliminate the carbon tax, take care of our seniors, and create more and better jobs in Ontario.