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The Insiders: Election predictions

What can we expect Monday night as the polls close?  A political fairy tale for the let's-just-pinch-ourselves left?  Or a nightmare scenario for the business-minded right?  With just hours to go until Canadians head to the polls, here's my take:
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The Insiders: The home stretch

What do the leaders need to do as they head to the finish line?

The end is near and for one and possibly more of the federal leaders, the end is also nigh
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The Insiders: What's at stake in the debate

We're now T-minus one day to the first leaders' debate of the campaign.
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The Insiders: When to not bother going negative

Inside the Liberal war room, we are told, there is much wringing of hands and gnashing of teeth over whether to go negative on Stephen Harper with a barrage of ads. Well, they can stop the wringing and gnashing and relax - it's already too late.
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The Insiders: The classic "incumbent campaign"

While Shakespeare, as we all know, wrote, "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned," he did so because he didn't know many political reporters.
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The Insiders: Message Matters

And we're off.

The campaign is only five days old and the drama has already begun.

All party leaders have come out guns blazing with aggressive accusations and heated rhetoric. This is not surprising - every day in a campaign matters. Unlike south of the border, Canadian elections are short - only 38 days.
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