Kathleen Wynne Mutely Disregards Tory Attack Ads

This article was last updated on April 16, 2022

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The newly elected Ontario Liberal Party leader Kathleen Wynne has disregarded recently launched Progressive Conservative radio attack ads on-air now-a-days. Wynne mentioned during a radio interview on Monday morning that “It’s the Conservatives’ choice if they want to run attack ads. I can’t control that.” She said “but what I can control is my response and my response is not going to be a response in kind.”

Additionally, Wynne mentioned during the interview that “I am not going lash out and attack back because I don’t think that’s what people want to see.” The 30-second attacking radio commercial describes her as a new big-spending Liberal “Ontarians can’t afford.” During another interview at another radio channel, Wynne stated that she “can’t take the bait.” She explained that “I am not going to react negatively and get worked up about an ad. That’s a political calculations that the Conservative have made.”

Wynne has already asserted at several occasions that she is interested in collaborating with minorities and opposition, while showing her will to meet PC Leader Tim Hudak and NDP Leader Andrea Horwath. She stressed during the interview that “I am going to do my utmost to bring jobs to Ontario, I am going to do my utmost to have a respectful discussion with the education sector. I am going to do my utmost to reach out to people in rural Ontario and work with people in small towns and in agricultural communities.” She added that “that’s the work that I have ahead of me.”

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