Feisty P.E.I. campaigns culminate with Monday vote

Feisty P.E.I. campaigns culminate with Monday vote

Charlottetown : Canada | Oct 03, 2011 at 3:39 PM PDT
Source: Leader Post Online
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The governing Liberals in Prince Edward Island are hoping to maintain a stranglehold on that province's legislature once the dust settles from Monday's vote, while the opposition Progressive Conservatives are working to improve on the pair of seats they won four years ago. FULL ARTICLE AT Leader Post Online
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