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There's no shortage of problems for a public consultation on electoral issues to consider.
The UK Parliament has come under a "sustained and determined" cyber-attack aimed at MPs and their offices, HuffPost UK can reveal. The House of Commons and Lords were targeted by hackers on Friday mor...
The head of Canada Elections says it's time Parliament looked at the issue.
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The party pulled in $5.3 million.
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There needs to be a direct connection from the citizens to the elected official without all these special interests trying to skew the outcome of the election or trying to influence the voting intentions and platforms of the candidates. The end result would be elected officials who would be truly independent and can vote with their conscious and what is best for the citizens and their community.
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If U.S. President Donald Trump's election south of the border has demonstrated anything, it's that the biggest political extremist threat comes not from small, radical parties on the fringes of political discourse, but from extremist politicians hijacking a major party and using its established legitimacy to validate their views.
Back when the primaries kicked off, the trolls found a common hero in Trump. Someone on the outside the norm of the establishment, someone not taken seriously. Someone himself a master at getting reactions from making a single statement. I mean, that's the whole purpose of trolling, isn't it? Get people defensive and engage them to react with real emotions and sincerity.
Maryam Monsef showed no desire to hold a referendum, blaming the committee for not achieving consensus on the issue. She is moving ahead with the next phase of her outreach, she said, announcing the launch of a new consultation process -- in the middle of the holiday season.
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“It shouldn’t be up to the government to give or take away our right to vote."
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News that's guaranteed to cheer the hearts of a small number of B.C. companies is word that they've been added to a list of pre-qualified suppliers to the B.C. government. The lists are intended to offer all the appearances of open and transparent procurement. They can be anything but.
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For what may be the first time ever, Trump is becoming cognizant of his campaign's mortality. Should Clinton clinch the election, she will, by obvious definition, be the winner. Which would make Trump the loser. And Trump. Doesn't. Lose. Ever.
Vote with your heart. Vote for the person in your area and the national party you believe will best address your biggest concerns. That is the ideal of how elections are meant to work, and the guidin...
Voter participation among those aged 18 to 24 jumped 18.3 percentage points in 2015 vote.
“I don’t think the support of all the other parties is sufficient when it comes to this,” said Scott Reid.