12/20/2013 04:47 EST | Updated 12/31/2013 11:56 EST

Who To Follow On Twitter For Politics In B.C.

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Are you a political junkie?

B.C. is brimming with important politicians and political reporters. Here are our top 21:

Christy Clark, Premier of B.C.


Gregor Robertson, Mayor of Vancouver


Elizabeth May, Green Party leader


Adrian Dix, outgoing leader of the BC NDP


Moira Stilwell, BC Liberal MLA in Vancouver-Langara


Spencer Chandra Herbert, Vancouver West End MLA


Alise Mills, political commentator


Keith Baldrey, political journalist for Global TV


Laila Yuile, politics, people, and policy columnist for 24 Hours


Bill Tieleman, political commentator and 24 Hours/The Tyee columnist


Stephen Smart, legislative reporter for CBC Radio


Gary Mason, Globe And Mail columnist


Pete Quily, blogger focusing on social media and politics


Mike Klassen, B.C. director of provincial affairs for the Canadian Federation of Independent Business


Ian Bailey, Globe And Mail Vancouver reporter


Vaughn Palmer, provincial affairs political columnist for The Vancouver Sun


Justine Hunter, Globe And Mail political reporter


Frances Bula, Vancouver Magazine/Globe And Mail contributor


Mike Smyth, provincial politics columnist for The Province


David Schreck, retired economist and politician


The City Of Vancouver


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