The Final Four
Somewhat fittingly, three NDPers went down to defeat in the quarter-finals and the final 4 are set:
A 19th Century Conservative who lived in John A's shadow.
A successful Liberal Premier who didn't want the top job.
A grass roots reformer who was booted as party leader for Stockwell Day.
And the underwear salesman who couldn't catch a football.
In one semi-final, it will be number 2 seed Preston Manning against the 11th seeded Frank McKenna. In the other battle, top seed Robert Stanfield, takes on number 4 seed George Etienne Cartier, who is coming off a dominant win over Greatest Canadian champion Tommy Douglas.
Voting closes Tuesday at noon and you can vote once a day until then.