June 10, 2014 11:36 am
Updated: June 10, 2014 11:48 am

Hudak says he offers message of ‘hope’ for Ontario, unlike his rival


RICHMOND HILL, Ont. – Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak is trying to strike a positive tone as the campaign enters its final hours, saying only his Tories offer voters a message of hope for the future.

Hudak made a campaign stop in Richmond Hill north of Toronto this morning to slam the Liberals and NDP for what he called their all-out negativity.

He says that unlike them, the Tories and their big push on job creation are offering the electorate “a message of hope, that opportunity is on its way.”

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Hudak says that as the clock ticks down to Thursday’s vote, he is the only leader not slinging mud or resorting to scare tactics – a shot at the Liberals saying a vote for the NDP would result in a Hudak government.

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He says if voters haven’t felt like their lives have improved under the Liberal government in recent years they should cast their ballots for him.

Hudak says the electorate needs to ask themselves one question as they head into the polling booth: “Are you better off.”

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