05/04/2015 07:22 EDT | Updated 05/04/2016 05:12 EDT

Alberta Election 2015: Leaders To Issue Last Hurrahs

The leaders of Alberta's political parties have one more day to get their messages out.

EDMONTON - The leaders of Alberta's political parties have one more day to get their messages out before voters decide what opinion surveys have suggested will be a close three-way race among Progressive Conservatives, the NDP and the Wildrose party.

NDP Leader Rachel Notley will make her closing campaign remarks Monday in Edmonton.

Jim Prentice of the PCs will begin his day in Edmonton prior to stops in Leduc, Red Deer and Calgary.

Brian Jean of the Wildrose party is also racking up heavy mileage, starting with a news conference in Calgary before hitting the road for Olds, Innisfail, Leduc, Sherwood Park and Stony Plain.

The Liberals' David Swann will make an announcement in Calgary about the cost of his party's platform and his economic plan for Alberta.

Notley told more than 1,000 cheering supporters on Sunday that the choice for Alberta's future is their's and doesn't belong to Prentice and his corporate friends.

Prentice told reporters following a Sunday morning event at a Sikh temple that Albertans have a clear choice between his party's free-enterprise vision of the province, and an NDP vision that he doesn't believe is in the best interests of the province.

He also delivered a veiled invitation to Wildrose voters to vote for his Tory team.

Jean announced Sunday in Calgary that his party had raised $1 million in total campaign contributions.

He also released the names of all major contributors and urged other party leaders to do the same.

In an open letter to Notley released on Sunday, Swann acknowledged the possibility of a minority government, but also said the Liberals have serious questions about the NDP's economic plan and budget.


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