The Weekly Writ for May 10: Which parties are raising the most cash?
Plus: Alberta polls, a messaging blueprint for Poilievre and Trudeau, and Olivia Chow's lead grows.
Welcome to the Weekly Writ, a round-up of the latest federal and provincial polls, election news and political history that lands in your inbox every Wednesday morning.
There’s a lot in this edition of the Weekly Writ so I’ll keep the preamble short this week.
If you missed it, on Monday I was joined on the podcast by Philippe J. Fournier of 338Canada.com to discuss the state of the race in Alberta. I’ll have bonus episodes for subscribers every week between now and election day (and maybe once after the results are in).
Okay, let’s jump right into what is in this week’s instalment of the Weekly Writ:
News on which provincial parties are raising the most money and who is the first to officially declare in the Ontario Liberal leadership race.
Polls on the Alberta campaign, Olivia Chow’s growing lead and what a Poilievre government could or should do, plus some other polls you might have missed.
The UCP would narrowly defeat the NDP if the election were held today.
Week 2’s tipping point riding in Alberta.
A former NDP premier’s comeback attempt comes up short in the #EveryElectionProject.