(Laval) After two weeks of campaigning and with the first leaders’ debate approaching, Dominic Englade called on Liberal veterans to advise him on Sunday.
Posted at 5:00 am.
Christine Saint-Pierre and Pierre Arcand went to the hotel where the Liberal Caravan is staying in Montreal at the end of the afternoon. Two outgoing deputies, who do not stand for re-election, simply said press that he was called by the leader to give an update on his campaign.
It is not uncommon for a leader to seek advice from experienced politicians during a campaign. M. What should be noted in the case ofMe Angled is that no stalwart has surrounded him since the elections were called on August 28.
Only Mark Tangue, who is still seeking votes in Lafontaine, then Maskinong MP from 2014 to 2018, Mark H. Plante, was with the Liberal leader for a few days.
By way of comparison, former minister and deputy Jean-Marc Fournier, who has already served as the party’s interim leader like Pierre Arcand, was with Philippe Couillard throughout the 2018 campaign.
Like all other leaders, Dominic Anglade is preparing for Thursday’s leaders’ debate. Activists and former Liberal MPs who have crossed paths over the past few days acknowledged that the Liberal campaign had a difficult start, but said the game was not over. And we put a lot of hope on the first debate, at a time when voters are more observant.