And Ford will deploy that network to help O'Toole. The Liberals really need to deliver for the GTA suburbs. Or they are toast. Nobody should underestimate the CPC.
Agreed.............though I would watch for age of voter being a live concern.
The Conservatives weak spot is voters under 45.
A lousy Liberal political performance doesn't drive many voters to the aforementioned party; but it does drive a few to the Greens/NDP and sees several stay home.
You need to deliver one one or two passion projects for younger, and base-Liberals; then run a smart campaign.
In the course of doing so you need to be mindful of that suburban vote.
I think the Libs need to deliver on some 'left-leaning' items; the deficit is blown out of the water, and taxes will be going up to cover that off.
So there's no ground to be gained from Team Blue for the Libs on that file.
Its their left-flank that's wide open.
Childcare could be a big winner. Pharmacare would play well (and I strongly support it); but, it doesn't affect as many swing voters as quickly.
Something to boost incomes/quality of life for entry-level and gig workers.
Also something meaningful on the Green side. Not electric car subsidies or the like which are widely perceived (and rightly so) as a sop to upper-middle and high income voters.