Some important things to consider before casting your ballot today.
Election day is upon us, and it looks as if we’re in for a close finish. When it comes to the three major parties, the latest public opinion polls show Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals holding a hairbreadth lead over Tim Hudak’s Progressive Conservatives, with Andrea Horwath and the NDP not far behind. Sure, the options may be grim—the choice between the devil you know, the devil who’s bad at math, and devil who appears utterly lost is never an easy one—but we encourage you to vote. If nothing else, it gives you the right to complain about the outcome.
Here are some key facts to keep in mind as you prepare to cast your ballot in Ontario’s 41st general election:
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