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Vancouver Election 2018

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The City has now produced its randomly ordered ballot for the upcoming election.

Given the size of the ballot I realised I would need something written to take into the voting place with me, where the names of the progressive candidates I would like to see elected would be in the same order as the ballot paper. I tweeted these out as three messages but I am also going to put all three lists here, for ease of reference.

Already someone has responded that their list is different – well d’uh! – they want to see OneCity folks. Sure if you want to produce your own list don’t let me stop you. I worked mine out on the basis of Green Party (of course) then Vision and COPE then independents that I have been impressed by. Of course your preferences and methodology for selection may be different from mine.

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Written by Stephen Rees

September 23, 2018 at 10:55 am

Posted in politics, Vancouver

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