With nine days to go until Election Day, Brad Wall says the choice is now clear.
“The most important issue in this election is the economy and the most important question is – who will keep the economy strong?” Wall said while on the campaign trail in Saskatoon.
Wall used the opportunity, while with campaign workers, to remind residents there is more which needs to be done.
“We have a better record,” says Wall.
“Under the NDP, Saskatchewan had the worst job creation record in Canada. Since the Saskatchewan Party was elected, Saskatchewan has had the second-best job creation record in Canada.”
At a news conference in Saskatoon, Wall addressed the NDP’s education election platform.
Earlier Saturday, the NDP pointed out the province’s third quarter budget report, pointing to 51-million dollars in education cuts.
Wall says education budgets have increased every year the Saskatchewan Party has been in government, adding they consistently ask the ministry to find efficiencies within the administration.
He insists classrooms are not affected.
Wall, a self-avowed vintage car fanatic, will wrap up Saturday at an annual Easter-weekend tradition in Saskatoon: a visit to the the Draggins Rod ‘N Custom Car Show.