Plenty of jabs but no knock outs in the Alberta leaders debate hosted by Global TV in Edmonton.
To no one's surprise, Premier Jim Prentice was the target of attacks from all sides with Wildrose leader Brian
Jean hammering him repeatedly on the PC budget's proposed 59 hikes.
Prentice shot back that Jean's budget plan "doesn't hang together which is the worse thing for a conservative to do."
After challenging Jean to produce numbers, Prentice dismissed the Wildrose plan before turning his guns on the NDP's Rachel Notley's proposed hike in the corporate tax rate.
The two mixed up over much of the evening with Notley accusing Prentice of "fear mongering" and misrepresenting her proposed 12% corporate rate by suggesting it was 20%.
Liberal leader Dr. David Swann did his best to maintain a level decorum by not resorting to interruptions or direct attacks.
He said the only party he would not enter into a "coalition" with in a minority situation was Wildrose.
It's back to the hustings for all parties as they gear up for election day May 5th.
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