Manitoba political parties face fatigue as province moves from one campaign to the next

Politicians and supporters in Manitoba had less than 24 hours to take in the results of a provincial election before diving into the federal one.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday officially launched the campaign for the Oct. 21 vote, and some Manitoba parties say it’s like they’ve finished one marathon to immediately start another.The quick turnaround has them preparing for potential voter and volunteer fatigue.READ MORE: Progressive Conservatives win majority government in Manitoba electionAfter a four-week campaign, the Progressive Conservatives and leader Brian Pallister won a second consecutive majority Tuesday night when they captured 36 seats in the 57-seat legislature. The New Democrats improved their seat total to 18, and the Liberals were held to three.WATCH: Manitoba election — A look at the new provincial legislature