Shorter fall campaign anticipated by many political watchers
The government has an advantage during the pre-election period, and with a volatile electorate, the longer the campaign, the more potential for unpredictable ‘hinge moments,’ says John Delacourt.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured July 31 during the Liberal Party's two-day candidate training event in Ottawa. Many observers expect the Liberals will opt for a shorter campaign this fall, closer to the 36-day minimum. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade