REGINA — Saskatchewan Party Leader Scott Moe outlined his vision for a strong province today as people honked their horns in support at an outdoor vehicle rally.
Moe says he's running on his record in Monday's election.
He says the Saskatchewan Party has stood up for the province, created jobs and kept the economy steady during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NDP Leader Ryan Meili criticized Moe's response to the pandemic earlier in the day as case numbers rise in the province.
But Moe says he's proud of his record and can be trusted to lead Saskatchewan in its economic recovery.
The rally, called "The Big Honkin' Rally for a Strong Saskatchewan," was held just north of Regina.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 22, 2020.