Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak. (JULIE JOCSAK/QMI Agency)
TORONTO — The white lights on the Christmas tree outside Tim Hudak's office at Queen's Park twinkle merrily.
Not that the PC leader is taking much time off. In contrast to the absentee Liberal landlords, Hudak's been rolling out controversial policies in advance of an election that's expected soon after Liberals pick a new leader Jan. 26.
"I'm feeling very good about the response we've been getting as I've been laying out a very clear Conservative alternative on jobs, on government spending, on what businesses government should be in and what the private sector can do," Hudak told QMI Agency.
The lack of leadership is frustrating for voters, he said.