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Author: POL News
Opposition leader Hugh McFadyen doesn’t think Manitobans will head to the polls before the spring of 2007.
He was in Brandon Monday attending a nomination meeting, noting four more are on the way, with two completed.
He expects more nominations in the fall and before Christmas, but adds they're prepared if a snap election is called before then.
The Tories plan to have all 57 candidates in place by Christmas.
McFadyen says the NDP’s mismanagement of health care, roads, and the economy, will be key issues in the next provincial election.