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Parties & Leaders

Understand and discover the political parties and the men who would run this province, as we profile of all the major party leaders. We've also got in-depth looks at the parties themselves, their policies and their promises this election.

 

Progressive Conservative Party

Leader: Rodney MacDonald

Rodney MacDonald, the 34-year-old fiddler from Mabou, is out to officially stake his own claim as leader of the province.
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New Democratic Party

Leader: Darell Dexter

Darrell Dexter has been leading the left since 2001 and says his party is ready to assume power.
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Liberal Party

Leader: Francis MacKenzie

Francis MacKenzie has two battles: one to win a seat in the legislature, the other to lift the Liberal party from its third-party status.
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Green Party

Leader: Nick Wright

The way Nick Wright looks at it, the Green party in Nova Scotia is already a winner before the province's voters go to the polls on June 13.
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Key Leaders

Progressive Conservative Leader Rodney MacDonaldProgressive Conservative leader Rodney MacDonald became premier of Nova Scotia by winning the Progressive Conservative leadership just three months ago.

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New Democratic Party Leader Darrell DexterNew Democratic Party leader Darrell Dexter
has been leading the left since 2001 and says his party is ready to assume power.

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Liberal Leader Francis MacKenzieLiberal leader Francis MacKenzie has two battles: one to win a seat in the legislature, the other to lift the Liberal party from its third-party status.

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Green Party Leader Nick WrightGreen Party leader Nick Wright looks at it this way: the Green party in Nova Scotia is a winner even before the province's voters go to the polls on June 13.

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