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A campaign is made up of days. Some you win. Some you lose. If you win more than you lose, you should win the campaign. This blog will track the winner of the day for the duration.

Day 11 Winner: Tzipi Livni

All the Canadian parties had a pretty mediocre to awful day yesterday.

Gerry Ritz stepped all over Harper's pretty smart announcement on teen smoking.

Dion's announcement on post-secondary education - while good policy - took him off his short-run of effectively attacking Harper.

Jack Layton tried to make a play for BC's marijuana party voter, and it backfired.

The Greens got more press for their lack of security than for their policies.

Duceppe was on the defensive again, this time countering attacks that his party is intolerant.

As the father of a daughter, I'm declaring Israeli Prime Minister-in-Waiting Tzipi Livni the winner of the day.

When she assumes office, Livni will bring the number of female heads of government from 10 to 11.

Out of 193.

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