2019-04-13 23:07:33 UTC
Speaking at a southeast Calgary daycare on Wednesday, Notley said there are indications her party has gained some momentum in the city, where polls have consistently shown the UCP dominates.
And while she also has appealed to supporters of the Liberals and Alberta Party to come over to the NDP to ensure the UCP’s defeat, she said there’s reason to believe that’s already happening.
“We’re actually hearing from lots of Calgarians … people who may not have voted for us last time but who are turning to us this time because they trust us to look out for what matters to families in Calgary,” said Notley.
“Alberta elections have a way of surprising people and this one might do just that, too — everywhere I go, I see that happening.”