Whoever shows up to the polls tomorrow may determine Ontario’s next Premier and whether she or he enjoys a majority or minority government.
The question is, will that be decided by a majority of Ontarians, or will it reflect a different set of values decided upon by a much more motivated minority?
We do know that turnout to the advance polls was six per cent lower than last time, when the current minority government was decided by less than half of the eligible voters.
Worst still, according to ThreeHundredEight.com, only about one in four eligible voters admit that they have been following the election closely.
All you have to do is look around your community to observe so many fewer election signs.
That’s frightening given what is at stake.