-The complete NDP platform has been released and the highlight has been a universal drug plan. Given rumblings that the Liberals might eventually put something like this on the table federally, it will be interesting to see how it plays.
-The Sask Party have released their crime platform, claiming that crime has skyrocketed under the NDP government. Of course, given that their candidate in Saskatoon Northwest has been arrested 20 to 30 times for things ranging from drug dealing to money laundering, it would be unfair to peg the entire thing on Calvert.
-The Liberals, meanwhile, are promising big tax cuts.
-The NDP have had a candidate Klanderized. The Sask Party are also down a man.
-Finally, John Murney has, far and away, the best Sask election coverage anywhere on the net. Constituency profiles and analysis of police positions...for all you saskophiles out there, it's the place to go.
UPDATE: Ask and ye shall receive. We've finally got poll numbers. Sask Party at 50%, NDP at 35%, Liberals at 10%.
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