Premier Brad Wall is expected to formally dissolve the government in a meeting with the lieutenant-governor tomorrow meaning the campaigning for the April 4 election can officially start.
On Monday, both Wall and New Democrat leader Cam Broten sounded like the campaign was in full swing.
At an event in Saskatoon, Broten re-iterated that the Saskatchewan Party is not focussing on the priorities of Saskatchewan people and they are not telling Saskatchewan people what cuts will be made in a budget he feels should have been delivered before an election.
Wall was also in Saskatoon and told reporters the economy is the main focus of this campaign, and there will not be a lot of promises made by his government because of the economic uncertainty.
At the end of the day, Wall believes the promises being made by Broten and the money attached to those promises are something Saskatchewan people can see through and that they are smart enough to not buy what is being said come election day.