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Alex Cosh | If there is any riding in this year's federal election that warrants strategic voting by left-leaning electors, surely it's the Conservative leader's district of Regina-Qu'Appelle.
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Judy Rebick | Last election, support for strategic voting may have won the Liberals their majority. This time we shouldn't do it. We need the NDP and Greens to have more weight in Parliament.
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Kai Nagata | When the election finally arrived, turnout in B.C. surged from 60.4 to 70.4 per cent. That's what defeated the Conservative Party in B.C. -- not "strategic voting."
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J. Baglow | When the euphoria and the schadenfreude wear off, what has really changed since yesterday?
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Judy Rebick | With the incessant polling and pundits, there are still some scenarios that no-one is talking about. Judy Rebick looks at the options and suggests we look again before we leap to strategic voting.
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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.
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Christopher Majka | Albert Einstein famously said that the definition of insanity was "doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." On that basis Canadians have an insane electoral system.
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Murray Dobbin | The Green Party is supposed to be the party responding genuinely to the enthusiasm of young people, the party of principle. In this election, it is dishing up cynicism and dirty tricks.
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Nick Fillmore | One of the biggest issues emerging this election is whether or not to engage in strategic voting. For those who want to oust Harper this decision remains heated on both sides.
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Nick Fillmore | How can Canadians who don't support the Harper Conservatives defeat voter suppression tactics?
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Victoria Fenner | The first episode in a weekly roundup of information, tools and techniques to win #elxn42.
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Megan Devlin | Harper's reign could be at an end… if we could only get off the couch and mark our ballot.