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The provincial Liberals' spent significantly more money during the campaign then they raised in the first five months of 2009, according to a financial report released today by Elections British Columbia. The party's election filing shows it had income totaling $9.50 million and expenditures of $12.11 million, giving the Liberals a $2.60 million deficit. By contrast, the party's 2005 election filing shows it had income totaling $11.58 million and expenditures of $10.47 million, giving the Liberals a $1.10 million surplus.

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I think the BC Liberals will retire this debt very, very quickly.

If only the liberals could be retired as quickly.

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