Here is a sampling of news releases received by Ontario media from the two leading parties in the last 48 hours alone:

Lib: New Developments Cast Doubt on PC Voter Fraud Denials

PC: We are incredibly disturbed by a piece of literature being distributed by Steven Del Duca, the candidate for Vaughan. The piece depicts Tim Hudak laughing and walking away from a hospital that has just been blown up.

 

PC: Please see attached letter from Ontario PC Party Campaign Manager Ian Robertson to Elections Ontario about a complaint regarding robocall tactics

LIB: Second Case of Suspected Conservative Electoral Fraud Uncovered

 

LIB:TOP HORWATH MPP TALKS UP PC-NDP COOPERATION

 

LIB: 12th PC Candidate Runs from Hudak’s commitment to fire teachers

 

PC: KATHLEEN WYNNE NEEDS TO ANSWER FOR HER LAWSUIT

 

PC: COME CLEAN ON PAN AM COSTS, KATHLEEN

 

PC: Kathleen Breaks School Board Policy – Again

PC: LIBERAL GOVT USED $1.6 M FROM FUND SUPPORTING SAFE SCHOOLS AND AUTISM PROGRAMS TO PAY PRIVATE LAW FIRMS
Ministry of Education Secretly Funds Challenges to Unlawful RFPs

PC: WORKING FAMILIES INC. USING ONTARIO DUES TO PAY AMERICANS

 

LIB: Hudak PCs would cut at least 22,700 education jobs

 

LIB: A Vote for Horwath Helps Elect Tim Hudak

 

Our question: After the election is over and a government is formed how do these two leaders go back to being ‘prime-ministerial’ for lack of a better term. After this 4 week barrage of invective, most of it falsely premised or exaggerated, how do we take them seriously as leaders?

John Best had enjoyed a lengthy media management career, in television and radio and now print. As Vice President, News at CHCH in Hamilton, John oversaw a significant expansion of the news operation. He founded Independent Satellite News, Canada’s only television news service providing national content to Canadian independent TV stations. John is a frequent political commentator on radio and television, a documentary producer and author of a book and numerous articles on historical and political subjects. John is a past recipient of the New York Festival’s award for writing in the International TV category.

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