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The provincial leaders’ debate in New Brunswick took an surprising flip Wednesday night time when Progressive Conservative Leader Blaine Higgs took a sworn affidavit out of his jacket, claiming that he had been supplied the job of finance minister when Liberal Leader Brian Gallant took energy in 2014.

What form of affect will this have on the election marketing campaign in New Brunswick — and the way do leaders put together for the surprising in debates?

On this week’s episode of the Pollcast, the CBC’s Jacques Poitras breaks down the leaders’ debate in New Brunswick and the way Higgs’s shock declaration may impact the remainder of the marketing campaign. He additionally offers his tackle how all of the leaders did within the first debate of a marketing campaign that ends on Sept. 24.

And as social gathering leaders in Quebec put together for the primary of three debates in that province’s marketing campaign, Chad Rogers, companion at Crestview Strategy and a veteran of debate preparation, describes what goes on behind the scenes when leaders prepare for what could be the turning level of an election.

Jacques Poitras breaks down the leaders’ debate in New Brunswick and Chad Rogers tells us what goes into debate preparation. 26:12

Listen to the complete dialogue above — or subscribe to the CBC Pollcast and hearken to previous episodes of the present.

Follow Éric Grenier, Jacques Poitras and Chad Rogers on Twitter.

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