There’s something liberating about talking with politicians who don’t exactly expect to sweep into power in the next election.

Not to say Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada, isn’t in the October federal election to win it. But even at 10.6 per cent in national opinion polls – a historic high – May has no illusions about governing after the Oct. 21 vote.

In Greater Sudbury on Tuesday, May went to on Elgin Street building for an interview – and they will post the full video on our website closer to October.

In contrast with candidates and party leaders aiming to take power – who often treat media interviews as either a dance with the devil, or a sort of test to see how well they stick to party talking points – May was relaxed and talkative.

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