NDP Leader Rachel Notley was back in Calgary where polls suggest her party has a legitimate shot at winning a seat -- and possibly more.
One day after what some analysts say was a victory in the all-candidates debate in Edmonton, Notley hosted a raucous rally for supporters.
She's calling on party faithful to launch an all out push heading into the May 5th vote, going as far to suggest Albertans have the first real alternative to the PCs in a generation.
She also took a shot at PC leader Jim Prentice's statement earlier in the day that Alberta is not an NDP province.
"I think Albertans will decide what kind of province Alberta is. I think Jim Prentice telling them what they are or not is probably not helpful in terms of having people move away from thinking he's a little arrogant.
"What Albertans are telling me is a province where their views are respected. Protect our health care, protect our education, ask those who can afford to to pay a little bit more," says Notley.
Prentice says NDP economic policies are not consistent with Albertan's deep appreciation for free market capitalism.
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