As you already know, Brad Wall was in La Ronge on Monday. At the same time, his opponent, Cam Broten, was at the opposite end of the province, hitting up Moose Jaw […]
I can’t quite believe I’m writing about the GTH again, but I’m in that sweet spot between ham coma and turkey paralysis, so figured I may as well take advantage of the lucidity. Either […]
Wow. What else can I say? Full story here.
Today I’m peeling back the curtain on a classic election campaign tradition, one that is remarkably useless at the strategic level. I’m talking about the “all-candidates debate”, which is always hosted during the writ period, […]
Provincial campaigns are getting ready for Wednesday evening’s televised debate, and may (rightly) realize that anything they have to say today will be buried underneath federal budget highlights. Unlike Stephen Harper’s budgets, […]
Or as I’ve taken to calling it, “The Best We Can Do Right Now”. Their 2007 platform contained 140 commitments. In 2011 they pledged at least 35 commitments. 2016’s Sask Party campaign platform contains […]
The Saskatchewan NDP having been asking their “where’s our money” question in their latest, not that effective ad campaign. But seriously, WHERE IS OUR MONEY? Maybe that’s too broad, so how about – where […]
I don’t think I’ve seen redistributed 2011 results for post-boundary change Saskatchewan, til now. There’s a few of these ‘election atlas’ blogs around – bloggers who essentially process extraordinary amounts of data […]
Former Kindersley Sask Party MLA Once Said Lorne Calvert Should Be Shot. Now He’s Declared War on Bill Boyd.
Former Kindersley Sask Party MLA Jason Dearborn has announced he will run as an independent against the incumbent, and beleaguered, Bill Boyd. Ouch. This he declared from the steps of the Saskatchewan Legislature moments ago, […]
The other poll today was released by Saskatchewan-based Insightrix Research. I gotta say right off the bat that I’m somewhat stymied by the headline, given their own graph two inches underneath shows an […]