They say it’s been 17 years and it’s time for the NDP to go.
Manitoba’s Progressive Conservatives officially launched their election campaign Saturday afternoon.
Party leader Brian Pallister says it’s time for a change.
“Albert Einstein once said, you can’t solve your problems in the same state of mind that created the problems. Manitoba needs a new state of mind and our party will bring that.”
Pallister adds he’s ready.
“We know and Manitoban’s know that this election is the most crucial, the most important election in Manitoba history and we know why, because it’s time for a change.”
About 300 hundred people attended the campaign kick-off at the Caboto Centre on Wilkes.
Manitobans go to the polls on April 19th.