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If an election were held today, who would you vote for?

What would swing your vote on election day? Is it carbon taxes, the economy, budget worries or the vaccine rollout? 

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While an election is not imminent, the Liberal government could face a confidence vote when it releases its budget — the first in two years — next month. (Tijana Martin/The Canadian Press)

Party leaders on Parliament Hill are buzzing like it's an election year.

The Liberal government will table its first budget in two years on April 19, which could trigger a confidence vote. Meanwhile, they are pushing opposition parties to speed up the passage of a bill intended to ensure a safe election, if needed, during the pandemic. 

But what would swing your vote on election day? Is it carbon taxes, the economy, budget worries or the vaccine rollout? 

Our question this week: If an election were held today, who would you vote for?

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