Bernier Makes Scheer Better And I Think There Is Room For Both October 2019

CanadaPoli Andrew Scheer, Canada Politics, Maxime Bernier, People's Party of Canada, PPC 6 Comments

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Scheer Video – released yesterday

Payout media with a 600m payout package
Special panel to decide who gets the money

Govmt shouldn’t get to decide on which journalist get to stay and which don’t

Optics are a threat to free press full stop.

2. Justin Trudeau first day of office (HAIRS?)

Liberal party unfair advantage
Trudeau limited time in HOC
Campaign finance rules changed
Election fraud

3. Union president
Diaz reps 15000 journos, he declared war on Scheer and CPC
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Union boss attack – next they get a big government payout

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    [QUOTE=”CanadaPoli-Admin, post: 172, member: 1″][URL=’https://canadapoli.com/bernier-makes-scheer-better-and-i-think-there-is-room-for-both-october-2019/’]Continue reading…[/URL][/QUOTE]

    One interesting thing is that New Brunswicks provincial election was quite similar to what the Federal election could look like.
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    There was liberals and conservatives and smaller parties, including a right wing more populist party (the purple one).
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    This was the result. Of course theres going to be differences federally but even a small win like 3 seats made it so that the PA were the balance of power. If they vote along with Cons they get stuff through. What you also see is that in every provincial election CBC polling has overestimated Liberal votes. This was true in Quebec, New Brunswick, and Ontario.
    I think that Maximes best chance to employ a strategy to hurt Liberals would be to campaign out East and win those seats. Those are the places that generally will vote Liberal but the maritime provinces have actually shown the highest poll ratings for the PPC.
    Im not saying he shouldn’t campaign elsewhere but this is a good oppurtunity to really hit the Liberals where it hurts. If Maxime could swing Liberal seats in Quebec and out East that could give a good chance to Conservatives to win hard out West.

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    I think that Maximes best chance to employ a strategy to hurt Liberals would be to campaign out East and win those seats. Those are the places that generally will vote Liberal but the maritime provinces have actually shown the highest poll ratings for the PPC.
    Im not saying he shouldn’t campaign elsewhere but this is a good oppurtunity to really hit the Liberals where it hurts. If Maxime could swing Liberal seats in Quebec and out East that could give a good chance to Conservatives to win hard out West.[/QUOTE]

    This isn’t a bad thought. He’s going to need money. A lot of money. To mount a full national campaign. If he wins 10 seats he will be over-performing by any measure. 30 odd would be incredible. Okay, 20 odd would be incredible (let’s say he splits the seats with some popular Atlantic liberals and conservatives).

    It would cost less to mount a campaign there. Althought, i think his strongest chance to get a lot of seats still rests in Ontario. They have been running a year long ANTI PC campaign tainting the conservative brand in ontario. There are poeple who are ‘morally opposed’ to voting for a conservative party because they listen to the media about it. So, PPC gives them an option that isn’t NDP and not PC (who they have a bias against). And i’m still not convinced on those Ontario polls. I can’t see liberals doing better than 10-20% popular.

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