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FOLLOW THE LEADERS: Where P.E.I.'s political leaders are campaigning Monday, April 15

The leaders of P.E.I.'s four political parties — from left, Liberal leader Wade MacLauchlan, PC leader Dennis King, Green leader Peter Bevan-Baker, and NDP leader Joe Byrne — will vie for votes in a provincial election on April 23, 2019.
The leaders of P.E.I.'s four political parties — from left, Liberal leader Wade MacLauchlan, PC leader Dennis King, Green leader Peter Bevan-Baker, and NDP leader Joe Byrne — will vie for votes in a provincial election on April 23, 2019. - Contributed
Decision '19.
Decision '19.

Green Leader Peter Bevan-Baker will attend the Matthew Murphy Memorial Fishermen's Breakfast at the Kingston Legion in New Haven. He will then spend the morning campaigning with candidates in Summerside. He will be joined by federal Green Leader Elizabeth May, as well as David Coon and Megan Mitton, Green MLAs from New Brunswick, and local candidate Nick Arsenault. They will return to Summerside in the evening, where they will be joined by all of the candidates, for a public rally at 8:00 at the College of Piping.

Liberal Leader Wade MacLauchlan will make an announcement regarding seniors during a press conference at 9:30 a.m. at Cornwall Town Hall. MacLauchlan will spend the rest of the day campaigning in District 14 Charlottetown-West Royalty, District 15 Hunter River-Brackley and District 16 Cornwall-Meadowbank.

PC Leader Dennis King will attend the Matthew Murphy Memorial Fishermen’s Breakfast at the Kingston Legion in New Haven and will spend the rest of the day campaigning in District 15 Brackley-Hunter River.

NDP Leader Joe Byrne will spend the day campaigning in District 12 Charlottetown-Victoria Park.

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