With Alberta's election campaign winding to a close, the Wildrose Party is appealing for 48 months in government to clean up what leader Brian Jean says, is the PC entitlement state.
Jean held a rally in Calgary's northeast riding of Calgary-McCall on the weekend, vowing to bring in a team of auditors to investigate the government's books if he becomes Premier after May 5th:
"Give the Wildrose Party 48 months. Give the Wildrose party 48months. We will be honest. We will work hard. And we will stand accountable for the people of Alberta. We'll do a great job for them. We will end the entitlement and cronyism and bring legislation to stop it forever."
Most of the focus of the latter part of the campaign has been the battleground ridings in and around Calgary.
With polls suggesting several different potential outcomes, the last day or two of the campaign are critical as the leaders make their final pitch.