CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO — Premier Kathleen Wynne is adopting a somewhat softer tone on the campaign trail today.
While she is still warning against casting votes for Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak, Wynne is stressing her motivations as a politician.
She’s also touting her government’s achievements in education.
Wynne says she got into public life as a mother who wanted the best in education for her young children — and she still feels that way.
She says she saw the chaos caused by the previous Tory government and wants to ensure that doesn’t happen again.
On the weekend, Wynne attacked Hudak and NDP Leader Andrea Horwath as having unpopular, destructive campaign platforms.