NDP says rivals a choice of 'bad ethics or bad math'

NDP candidate Jagmeet Singh, of the riding of Bramalea-Gore-Malton, unveils new party campaign ad...

NDP candidate Jagmeet Singh, of the riding of Bramalea-Gore-Malton, unveils new party campaign ad in Toronto on Sunday, June 1, 2014, that urges people to consider Leader Andrea Horwath as the logical option to the Liberals' "corruption" and the Progressive Conservatives' "bad math." (Antonella Artuso/Toronto Sun)

Antonella Artuso, Queen's Park Bureau Chief

, Last Updated: 3:29 PM ET

Ontario Liberals and Progressive Conservatives are giving voters a choice between “bad ethics and bad math,” NDP candidate Jagmeet Singh says.

“We’ve heard a lot from cynics who insist in this campaign you don’t have a choice, that you have to choose between a Liberal party that doesn’t deserve re-election after 10 years of scandals or Tim Hudak’s plan to throw 100,000 people out of work,” Singh said Sunday. “That’s really not much of a choice is it?”

The Ontario NDP are launching a new ad just prior to the all-important televised leader’s debate Tuesday that pitches Andrea Horwath as a palatable option to the Kathleen Wynne Liberals.


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