I think it's a shame this board isn't representative of the larger PCPO membership; If it were, we'd probably be looking at a Hillier / Hudak horse race.
I'm really hoping that Hillier gets much more support than people expected, which will show that the grassroots do indeed believe in his ideas.
It has been somewhat annoying that people point out Hillier is a rookie MPP having been elected in Oct 2007 ........ Elliott was herself only first elected in Mar 2006! There is too much focus on higher education rather than good, old-fashioned common sense and appeal.
From the beginning, the media were declaring Elliott was the candidate of choice and Hillier was unelectable. Since then, it's evolved to the point that the media are claiming Hillier might play the pivotal role by throwing his support behind one candidate or another.
The one thing which I'm very glad to see is that there isn't anyone talking about bringing the progressive back to the PC Party... From that perspective, all of the candidates are a marked improvementt.
My personal choices:
If I had to name a single candidate I'm disappointed in it would be Klees. I thought he brought more to the table but his campaign failed to impress.
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