Tobin in this election is that he is an old pro. He has been in elected office, first federally and then provincially, as an MP then as premier, for the past 20 years.
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But in these parts, he's a relative newcomer. His political base has always been on the other side of the island, more than kilometres west from Clarenville, the heart of Bonavista-Trinity-Conception. In these parts they know him and seem to like him, but he's an outsider. In the traditionally Conservative village of Victoria, Aubrey Rose, one of the local councillors, sternly told Mr. Tobin that the vote on Monday "would be no cakewalk.
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Tobin would be "in for a slice of humble pie. Rose, he conceded that Mr. Tobin would get elected. The New Democrats came within votes of the Liberals in the riding in the election, but that is blamed mainly on unhappiness with the Liberal, fisheries minister Fred Mifflin, than on commitment to the NDP. The curiosity is less what happens on Monday in Bonavista- Trinity-Conception but what happens after Monday to the man they assume will be elected.
The difference is that while Mr.
Tobin has ostensibly been biding his time as the premier of Newfoundland, Paul Martin and Allan Rock have been planning for a run at the leadership pretty well since the last election, or perhaps before. Tobin is content to let things continue to seem that way. If the others have been identified in the party and in the media as guys more than eager for the job, Mr. He campaigned throughout Newfoundland, in the three Maritime provinces and in Ontario, but he had nothing like the profile of Mr. Martin or Mr. Rock, both of whom he praises warmly. He disavows any claim to being the Liberals' Atlantic chieftain, but his rivals will look hard at the results in the Atlantic provinces on Monday to gauge the national effectiveness of the new guy.
Tobin insists he is not looking beyond the election and he insists that Mr. So Mr. There was never a whisper, and that was a real privilege. But what about when Mr. This is a space where subscribers can engage with each other and Globe staff.
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