TORONTO - Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath says the race for premier is still up for grabs and she's confident she can rack up the support she needs to win over the next few days.
While most of the talk over the last week has been about her possible role as kingmaker in a minority situation, Horwath says that's not what she's running for.
Many voters don't make up their minds until election day, she says, and that gives her a few more days to get her message across before Thursday's vote.
Horwath adds that while the media has focused on one "M" word — minority — she's focused on the growing momentum around her party.
People have also been impressed by her positive campaign, Horwath says, and some are now coming to the NDP because the Liberals and Tories have turned them off with all their mud slinging.
Horwath will visit Sudbury and Thunder Bay later in the day, and will hit southwestern Ontario on Wednesday before wrapping the campaign in Hamilton on Thursday.