September 11 2019 8:19pm

Did the federal parties meet their objectives on day one of campaigning?

With 40 days to go until the federal election, there’s lots of time for unpredictable things to happen. In 2015, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau was written off by the Conservatives as “just not ready” at the start of the campaign, only to be elected prime minister by voting day. David Akin breaks down each party’s campaign launch, and whether they were successful in meeting their objectives.

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