Tim Hudak and the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario Has Annual Meeting in Ottawa – March 6, 2010

Tim Hudak and the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario Has Annual Meeting in Ottawa – March 6, 2010

Ottawa ON – Tim Hudak and the Provincial Progressive Conservative party are holding meetings this weekend in Ottawa for their annual convention.

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“Under Hudak’s leadership, the party has grown to 44,000 members from around 9,000, but McMaster University political scientist Peter Graefe said the party faces significant challenges.

A lack of voter outrage against the governing Liberals means Hudak needs to move beyond his base and express a modern conservative message, Graefe said. He added the PCs also risk becoming a rural party if they can’t reach out to urban voters.

“Obviously, we need to do better in the big cities,” federal Transport Minister John Baird said.

But Baird felt a more traditional conservative campaign message would resonate with middle-class voters. “When we run as Liberal-light we don’t tend to do well,” he said.”

Recently Mr. Hudak was here in Cornwall to meet n greet party faithful at a local restaurant for a party breakfast and then attend a session with local small businesses for consultations.

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2 Comments on "Tim Hudak and the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario Has Annual Meeting in Ottawa – March 6, 2010"

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Jean
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did you know The statutory PST rate will be going up from 7.5% to 8.5% effective January 1, 2011.
Most people do not know Now HST increases… middle class and poor people can really afford this??? Good platform for your election and I think people SHOULD KNOW NOW

Grimalot
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Huh, supportive facts and links please? Or were we about to be surprised like the scenario with the Eco Fees at the same time as the HST going up?

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