La Presse newspaper is reporting that the Parti Quebecois will overhaul its campaign strategy now that they are losing ground in the polls.
After Thursday's debate the party is supposed to set a new course. Part of the plan, says the paper, is to make Bernard Drainville a more prominant part of the provincial-level campaign, and sell the public on a "premier trio" of Peladeau, Drainville and Marois.
The war room will also re-examining Pauline Marois' camapaign ad, which currently shows the premier walking alone down a hallway, and looking with determination toward a unknown place off-camera.
The aim is to re-focus attention on the charter, and also make ethics and integrity a key election issue.