Poll Numbers and this Petition
Sep 11, 2015 — If you follow the polls, it would appear that this election is still very close between the three major campaigns. It is quickly becoming apparent that this is far from a two horse race.
Mr. Mulcair's claim that only debates where the Prime Minister attends matter, falls flat when you consider the third place Liberals having been moving steadily upwards and are now within the margin of error for first place.
If you follow all the Party campaigns, you will see there is much to discuss, and a great deal of difference between each Party on many of the most important topics.
There is less than a month to go before the English language Consortium debate (Oct 8, 6pm). Mr. Mulcair and Mr. Harper should cease their duet and agree to attend. With so many issues to discuss, those two should be leaping at the opportunity make their case in front of the largest audience.
There is much to talk about, and with the Conservatives falling to third place in the poll averages, and the NDP moving into the margin of error as the Liberals rise, those two holdouts ought to reconsider one of the last opportunities they will have to appeal to voters.
From refugees, the environment, and military campaigns, to the economy, there is a great deal the Party leaders can discuss and differentiate themselves .
This is a nationally televised debate, and one of the last chances for ALL the Party leaders to make their case before we head to the polls. It is unfathomable why Mr. Harper and Mr. Mulcair refuse to address these issues in front one of the largest audiences.
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