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Ontario Leaders Hit the Trial, Elections Campaign 2022 gets Underway

The political parties of Ontario have hit their campaign trails today, as Ontario Provincial elections have began. Ontario Premier and leader of Progressive Conservative Party Doug Ford is making an announcement today as he is starting his campaign in Brampton. Doug Ford's party is getting into the elections with the data suggested from the polls that Ford's party could again come in majority government.

The political parties of Ontario have hit their campaign trails today, as Ontario Provincial elections have began. Ontario Premier and leader of Progressive Conservative Party Doug Ford is making an announcement today as he is starting his campaign in Brampton. Doug Ford’s party is getting into the elections with the data suggested from the polls that Ford’s party could again come in majority government.

The opposition parties, NDP and Liberals are trying their best to prove themselves as the leading and winning party of Ontario. NDP is running their elections campaign with more funds and incumbents than previous years, whereas, Liberals are proving their worth by showcasing their strength and history of winning election in history.

Andrea Horwath, the NDP Leader has started her first election-campaign day at the legislature and then she plans her stops at three Tory-held ridings. The ridings include Pickering Uxbridge, where the incumbent is Peter Bethlenfalvy, who has served as finance minister, the next stop is Scarborough Centre, where the Tory backbencher is not running for elections again.

Following this, Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca has also started his day in a riding of Conservative Party and he is all set to make an announcement in Etobicoke Centre, which is currently being held by Kinga Surma. Kings Surma has previously served as the infrastructure minister.

 

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Harwinder Kaur

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