You would expect that Ontario's Liberals would be defeated in this election. After all, Tom Walkom writes:
Usually, a government burdened with this kind of baggage would be guaranteed defeat.
But Kathleen Wynne's party seems to be tied with or ahead of the Hudak Tories. Perhaps voters have looked at Mr. Hudak's plan and come to the conclusion that he is math challenged. Perhaps New Democrats have looked at Andrea Horwath's platform and decided they don't want to go there. For whatever reasons, the Liberals are not in the dog house. And that is why Hudak and Horwath have trained their sights on Wynne and made it personal:
Both Hudak and Horwath know that if they are to succeed, they must do more than attack the Liberal platform. They must brutally and deliberately bring Wynne down.
Expect more negative attacks. There will be no sunshine for the next two weeks.