The University of Ottawa Conservatives are notably excited by the prospect of buying cheaper booze in Ontario. I've noticed one other university student tweet touting the benefits of cheaper alcohol in Ontario if students vote for Tim Hudak's Conservatives.
Cheap alcohol is one way to motivate youth to vote.
I'm not a prude, by any stretch - but, one of the chief arguments against increased availability of alcohol is with regard to youth consumption in the province.
I wonder how this will play up in a debate? Is this an official Conservative campaign talking point?