October 15, 2015
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#42 End Game: Dirty Tricks
Mark Bourrie talks dirty campaign moves, Jeffrey Simpson's 10,000 word Globe and Mail piece, and the credibility of polls.

Mark Bourrie talks dirty campaign moves, Jeffrey Simpson’s 10,000 word Globe and Mail piece, and the credibility of polls.

Dirty election tricks:

  • NDP allege that Liberals are claiming NDP candidate Nycole Turmel is terminally ill
  • Conservatives are printing ads in ethnic press claiming that Liberals love needles & brothels (they’re also saying it at debates)
  • NDP are fudging the number of seats they need to win
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