The poll numbers show Doug Ford and the Ontario Conservative Party with a sizeable lead over the Liberals and the NDP.
Doug Ford has no platform. The PC platform written by Patrick Brown is not supported by Doug Ford.
I don’t like to vote for a party when I don’t know what they will do once they attain power.
Doug Ford has promised to find $6 billion in inefficiencies to cover the deficit. It is going to be extremely difficult for Ford (in my opinion, impossible) to find $6 billion in efficiencies.
Doug Ford has so far refused to say exactly where he is going to make the cuts.
Some people might remember that Rob Ford once claimed that he found $1 billion in savings while he was mayor of Toronto from 2010 to 2014.
Some people are probably thinking “if Rob Ford can find $1 billion in inefficiencies, surely Doug Ford can find $6 billion in efficiencies at Queen’s Park”.
But when you look at the numbers, a lot of what made up the $1 billion dollars was not savings generated through cutting inefficiencies.
Click here to read Toronto Star article and see what actually made up the $1 billion figure.
I am not sure I want a premier who was once a drug dealer as claimed by this Globe and Mail article.
I will be voting for the Ontario NDP Party.