Nearly as far as I can remember back, I had an interest in politics. As a teenager, I...
With all the national attention paid to electoral reform lately, you may have missed the news that Waterloo council had its own chance at electoral reform but chose to stick with the status quo
Citizens in KW and across Canada working to make sure Prime Minister changes voting system
The so-called Anyone But Conservative campaign also attracted a great deal of criticism. Now that we are on the other side of the election, TCE checked in with voters, to see how the process made them feel. Here are select responses, edited for clarity, along with each person’s riding.
In 2008, the winner in what is now the Waterloo riding won by just 17 votes, and if you study the polling data, publically available from Elections Canada, you will see just how close most of the polls were. Many were tied or had less than 10 votes separating candidates. The significance of every vote is clearly shown in the Poll results. Your vote counts!