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Election Lottery: Ottawa-Orleans

Voting day is nearly upon us, so today we conclude our Election Lottery. In this last round, we drew the name Marie-France Lalonde. She's the Liberal candidate for Ottawa-Orleans. We invited her in to talk about job creation, our randomly selected election issue. We also invited her NDP and Conservative rivals to share their thoughts. The NDP candidate did not respond to our request for an interview, but Giacomo Panico did speak with Progressive Conservative candidate Andrew Lister. You can listen to the candidate interviews by clicking on the links in this post. 

Still need help to make up your mind on election day? Just click to listen to our previous Election Lottery contenders speak about public sector cuts, transit and transportation and health care.

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