When political panic strikes, it ain’t good

If it ever comes to the point when electoral defeat seems inevitable taking some sort of risky, high-stakes gamble sure beats panicking.

Lynton Crosby would likely be charged with the task of rebooting the Conservative campaign, to give it life, to give it direction, to give it a sense of energy. Campaign manager Jenni Byrne and campaign spokesman Kory Teneycke.The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright and Wikipedia

By Gerry Nicholls

PUBLISHED :Friday, Sept. 18, 2015 3:43 PM

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