Leaders of B-C’s political parties were out on the hustings yesterday, trying to get out their message and shore up votes ahead of election day on May 9th. Liberal Leader Christy Clark campaigned in the Kootenays, telling residents her party is the only one that will protect jobs in resource industries like forestry and mining. Meanwhile, New Democrat Leader John Horgan made stops around the Lower Mainland, speaking about his party’s pledge to make life more affordable for British Columbians. One man at an N-D-P event heckled Horgan, saying his endless promises will bankrupt the province, but the leader responded by saying his party’s platform is fully costed and that he would be happy to speak with the man about his concerns. The leader of B-C’s Green party says momentum just keeps on building ahead of the provincial election. Andrew Weaver was in Kamloops on Sunday, and said there’s been a big outpouring of Green support.