The one big advantage Redford has is with women, so some of us real Conservative women need to get out there and door knock with the Wildrose candidates, so that women can see that we support Danielle and the Wildrose party. Let's show those liberal feminists that real women support Danielle.
Voter support for Alberta’s governing Tories has dramatically dwindled, according to a new electoral poll.The poll at the end of the article is not good news for the PC's.
The QMI/Sun News-Abacus Data poll conducted last week shows the PC lead over their right wing Wildrose Party foes narrowing considerably, to a count of 34% against 29%.
One survey from late February showed the lead of a Tory party under the leadership of Premier Alison Redford of 14.6 percentage points.
As Albertans edge closer to an expected spring election, voters are taking note of issues like health care and a Tory party seen increasingly as long in the tooth, said Abacus Data CEO David Coletto.
“The honeymoon is over for Alison Redford ... these little things keep eating away at her character and credibility,” he said.
“If the alliance can take advantage of them, they can be successful.”
Probably someone is skewing the results.....call in Elections Canada! What is apparent is that a tide is coming to Alberta. We are always reluctant to change course, but when we do, it is fast and decisive.
1917 it's all Liberals, then, bang next it's all United Farmers. Then 1935 bang it's Social Credit, then 1971 bang it's Conservatives. Right now the Conservatives need to be worried, because in the 2012 election, I predict, it's going to be bang Wild Rose!
Spring is in the air here in Alberta, you can smell it, but you can also smell change. It's coming, and none too soon. We are going to do some spring cleaning, we are going to sweep out those dust bunnies from our closets, open up our windows and let the stale winter air out of our lives. We want a fresh, new beginning for a young vibrant province. We want Wild Rose!