The morning after the big debate, the leaders who took part were as feisty as they were during the heated exchange.
Both the NDP’s Cam Broten and the Saskatchewan Party’s Brad Wall appeared in front of cheering supporters at events in Regina Thursday morning.
Broten remained fired up and sticking to his message, repeating several times that he is standing up for Saskatchewan families.
Despite suggestions that he came across as combative, he is defending his performance.
“I’m fine with the issues that I bought forward and how I bought them forward because I was talking to the things that matter to families,” Broten explained. “I will always take that stand for families, to talk about what is needed.”
Wall was on the offensive himself arguing that two very different visions are being presented now.
“I wouldn’t characterize it as an attack, but I would say we are going to present the choice,” he maintained. “There is a very clear choice right now and the debate may have firmed that up, for those that watched it.”
Wall contends that choice is a party wanting to keep moving the province forward and one that hasn’t fully costed its own platform.
Election day is just over a week away.