MORNING CHAT: Can the NDP end MP drought in Sask.?
The federal NDP is wrapping up its summer caucus retreat in Saskatoon today.
Official Opposition leader Tom Mulcair told Saskatoon Morning his party is focusing on winning seats in Saskatchewan in the 2015 federal election.
Even though Saskatchewan is the birthplace of the CCF/NDP, the party has not won a seat federally since 2000.
With new electoral boundary maps that have been redrawn to include urban ridings, Mulcair and the NDP believe they have a better chance of making inroads in the province.
Do you believe the federal NDP will be able to pick up more votes in Saskatchewan? Why or why not?
Which political party do you believe best represents the interests of Saskatchewan?
Let CBC Saskatoon's Peter Mills know. Join the live online chat from 6-8:45 a.m. at www.cbc.ca/saskatoon/.