Alberta's Wildrose Party has drawn a line in the sand on any future cooperation with other parties if the May 5th vote does not result in a majority government.
Leader Brian Jean says it's too early to speculate on what might happen election day, but says Wildrose will not support any party that advocates raising taxes on Albertans.
A key promise in the Wildrose platform includes a promise to balance the books by 2017 with cuts to a bloated government bureaucracy and management trimming in Alberta Health Services.
Jean says tax hikes are a non-starter for his party.
"The Wildrose will not, will not be supporting any tax hikes and we will be voting against them so as far as any.
So far as the PCs coming forward and asking us to support them we will not do that. Albertans want us to stand against high tax increases. They want us to make sure we are a principled party that run on principles and good ideas and thats what we will do so the Wildrose will not prop up any government or any vote that votes to raise taxes on Albertans," says Jean.
He adds the PC and NDP would probably be a much better fit as far as coalitions go given Jim Prentice's vow to raise taxes if he wins.
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