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The state of BC’s party finances

April 3, 2019
Patrick Meehan
Good afternoon! Patrick from Cambie Report here with some analysis I managed to work through quickly. Elections BC released the 2018 annual financial disclosures today and I had the chance to do a quick a skim. Using the roughest of measures, cash on hand minus liabilities, we can get a sense of the overall health…

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Bad PR Arguments Everyone Needs To Stop Making

November 8, 2018
Scott

The campaign over the proportional representation referendum is in full swing. As with any campaign, that brings on a slew of bad arguments. Hearing the same bad arguments, day after day, has gotten me to the point were I felt compelled to write this (even if it is just to blow off a little steam).
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Vancouver Byelection Thoughts

October 14, 2017
Scott

Today is the byelection to fill the seat vacated by Geoff Meggs, and to elect an entire school board after the last one was unceremoniously fired by the provincial government. I gave some of my thoughts on Episode 56 of the podcast, but wanted to put a few more thoughts down about the byelection. I…

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My CPC Leadership Ballot

May 15, 2017
Scott

On Tuesday night at our PolitiCoast Election Night Party and Politics Pub night (which was a lot of fun and everyone reading this should definitely come out to the next one), several people asked how I was going to be voting. I have also been asked by a few people who are new members to…

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My CPC Ballot

May 11, 2017
Scott

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Why I am Voting for Michael Chong (And you should too)

March 27, 2017
Scott

“Elections have consequences”. It is a saying often repeated but the events of the past year have really driven it home. The leaders we collectively choice have a substantial impact on the direction of the nation and the tenor of our national and civic discourse. Had a few hundred thousand people in the American Midwest…

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