Here is an article on the Liberal platform. Perhaps the Liberals will pick up some seats this time or at least elect their leader but even that is not at all certain it seems.
Liberal platform talks schools, tax cut, accountability
Last Updated: Friday, October 26, 2007 | 5:02 PM CT
The Liberals unveiled their detailed election platform Friday in Saskatoon — a four-year, $1.4-billion plan centred on schools, a tax cut and accountability.
"We need Liberals elected in the legislature to make sure that our top three priorities are adequately addressed by the next government," Liberal Leader David Karwacki said in a news release.
David Karwacki says Liberals are needed in the Saskatchewan legislature to ensure fiscal accountability.
(CBC) The Liberals were shut out of all 58 constituencies in the 2003 election after Karwacki criss-crossed the province in his campaign bus. For the Nov. 7 election, Karwacki says, he focused on a smaller number of constituencies, mainly in the cities.
He has argued that the NDP is going to lose the election, and has urged voters to choose the Liberals as the next Opposition.
"Throughout this election, it has become clear that the two other parties are not able to focus on what matters most to the people of Saskatchewan," Karwacki said. "Instead, they are willing to promise all things to all people for the sake of power."
The Liberals are calling for residential education property taxes to be phased out, with the lost school board revenue being backfilled by the provincial treasury. Their school plan calls for a philosophy that put the school at the heart of a community.
The party is saying the numbers in the NDP and Saskatchewan Party platforms don't add up, highlighting the need for increased financial scrutiny in the legislature.
Karwacki believes the Liberal plan can be achieved within annual balanced budgets.
The Liberals also suggest they would pay off the provincial debt within a decade.