Newfoundlanders and Labradorians vote today in the closest general election the province has seen in a generation, and I'm there covering the story — Follow my live-tweets from PC headquarters at @TheRealKeean
Polls show Dwight Ball's governing Liberals are just trailing Ches Crosbie's Progressive Conservatives, with both provincial leaders polling significantly lower than their respective parties.
Over 50 per cent of the population in Newfoundland say that they don't agree with the direction the government has been taking, which is understandable given the province’s soaring debt levels, high taxes and dwindling population.
Every single Newfoundland and Labrador resident owes almost $30,000 in debt, and there is no end in sight for the government deficit.
Polls close at 8pm NST, meaning most Canadians will know by early evening if Newfoundland and Labrador is the latest province to renounce Trudeau's Liberal brand and join the blue wave in the lead-up to October's federal election.
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