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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Liberals Vowing To Go All Out To Win In Rothesay

The Liberals say they're ready to refute any attacks the Conservatives may launch in the battle to win the provincial byelection in Rothesay. They see winning that byelection, the first since Premier David Alward assumed office in September of 2010 as being a big deal. 

Interim leader Victor Boudreau tells CHSJ News the Conservatives accusing the previous Liberal Government of political patronage is like the pot calling the kettle "black", especially in light of former Rothesay M-L-A Margaret Ann Blaney's appointment as C-E-O at Efficiency NB. 
The Premier vows the Conservatives will not be making any campaign promises in the leadup to the June 25th vote.

Boudreau maintains the Liberals are recovering quite nicely from their election rout.