Columnists
Alice Klein | Let's vote for our collective self-interest: smartly and efficiently to elect as many Liberals, NDPers and Greens as possible on October 19.
Blog
Change in Ottawa
Christopher Majka | Interest in electoral reform has risen dramatically: 38-fold since 2002 with a huge surge this year. With two-thirds of Canadians seeking change in Ottawa, will 2015 bring proportional representation?
Blog
Green Party leader Elizabeth May and former NDP leader Alexa McDonough
Christopher Majka | So long as Canada is burdened with the first-past-the-post electoral system, what Canadians want and what they get remain disconnected. Unlike Mick Jagger, we can't even get what we need.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | However dangerous and twisted the Conservatives have been in government, Stephen Harper has delivered for his supporters. It is what makes him such a serious threat to repeat in government.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Yes, opinion polls have turned against the Conservatives and it's true many Canadians cannot abide Harper. But Stephen Harper and his party can still win the next election, scheduled for October 2015.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The briefest glance still proves how undemocratic our system is, in which you merely need more votes than other candidates, to arrive "first past the post," and win a seat.
Blog
Linda Leon | Electoral reform would make unscrupulous tactics counter-productive. If we used preferential vote, it would affect not only election results but political culture, making it more civil.
News
Radha Jhappan | In 2008, Conservatives got twice as many votes as the NDP -- 5,204,468 to 2,516,935 -- but almost four times as many seats. They did not 'win' the last two elections: they just lost them less badly.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Ford, Smitherman, Pantalone, Rossi? Who to vote for? Not Rex's Humberto DaSilva laments his options for Toronto's next mayor.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | An interview with David Meslin regarding politics, electoral reform, and the STV referendum in BC.