The Canadian PressOctober 8, 2013 21:00
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - The NDP warned for months of the risk Stephen McNeil would be as premier of Nova Scotia, but voters obviously felt differently, giving the Liberal leader a resounding victory in Tuesday's provincial election.
At a curling rink in his hometown of Bridgetown in the scenic Annapolis Valley, Liberal supporters erupted as the results rolled in riding by riding, giving the party victory after victory.
Later, McNeil said he felt good about his party's prospects heading into election day.