Canada election 2015: Voter's Voice in Laurier—Sainte-Marie

Find out what voters in one of Quebec hottest ridings have to say in the early days of the federal election campaign.

Daybreak hits the streets in Laurier—Sainte-Marie, where many voters say they've already made up their minds

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      For more than 20 years, the Bloc Québécois's Gilles Duceppe held the central Montreal riding of Laurier—Sainte-Marie. Last federal election, the party not only saw its seats diminished in parliament, it saw Duceppe fall to the NDP candidate, Hélène Laverdière.

      After resigning on election night in 2011, Duceppe is now mounting a comeback. But most voters we spoke with told us his return is not a factor in their decision this time around.

      Over the next 11 weeks, Daybreak's Mike Finnerty and Shari Okeke will be hitting the road to hear directly from voters as they decide who they want to form next Canadian government.

      Listen to what voters had to say in one of the ridings to watch this election:

      Daybreak's Shari Okeke and Mike Finnerty went to the Laurier-Sainte-Marie riding to talk to voters about how they are feeling ahead of the federal election. 10:08


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