Bryan Breguet

It's possible a lot of candidates would have won anyway, especially the Liberal ones.
Projections are only as good as the polls they are based on.
Something happened in the first week of October.
For Trudeau to have a shot, he must win that battleground.
How can they stop the slide?
The NDP and Liberals could realistically cost the Conservatives 20 to 25 seats if they were to strike a deal to avoid vote splitting.
But what happens if they win a minority?
We're not saying you should do it but, if you must, here are some ridings where it could make a difference.
The most recent projections describe a situation in which it is unlikely the party will win a single seat.
There would be one big political winner. And it wouldn't be Conservatives.