OTTAWA, ON – Ontario Liberal Leadership Candidate Steven Del Duca has now raised over $400,000. Del Duca also added the support of two prominent Liberals today: Murray Elston, former interim leader of the Ontario Liberal Party and former MPP and Don Boudria, former MP and former MPP for Glengarry-Prescott-Russell.
"I'm tremendously proud of our fundraising total to date," said Steven Del Duca. "We are running the most transparent campaign in the history of the Ontario Liberal Party. While Elections Ontario requires us to report donors who have given over $100, we have disclosed every single donation to our campaign and we are the only campaign to do so."
A full list of donors to the Del Duca campaign can be found at stevendelduca.ca/donor_list
"Every day our campaign grows stronger with new supporters coming onboard," continued Steven Del Duca. "I'm honoured to have the support of Murray Elston, a former Interim leader and former MPP of our party, and I'm honoured to have the support of Don Boudria - an institution in Glengarry Prescott Russell and a great franco-ontarian."
“As someone who has lived through a party rebuild and a leadership renewal process first-hand, I can say with certainty that Steven Del Duca is the best choice for leader. His commitment to supporting local associations and candidates to set them up for success and his comprehensive plan to reverse Doug Ford’s cuts will bring the province back to a place we can be proud of once again" - Murray Elston, former Interim Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party and former MPP.
"Steven has shown strength of character. He is a hard worker, dependable, and resilient - we need a leader who leads by example. Our party will rebuild when we show up in every corner of the province. Steven has been doing that work, visiting communities large and small. He understands the importance of our francophone community and that a vibrant francophone community is necessary for a strong Ontario. For all those reasons and more I am proud to support Steven!" - Don Boudria, former MP & former MPP for Glengarry-Prescott-Russell.
The Ontario Liberal Party will hold a debate in Ottawa tonight.