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Michael Laxer | Given the new "pragmatist" NDP why is anyone at all surprised that Nathan Cullen is calling for a coalition?
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Karl Nerenberg | The Canadian parliament is not a U.S.-style Electoral College. Its purpose is not to select a prime minister. And having the largest number of seats does not mean you get to rule.
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Karl Nerenberg | The new political and public opinion alignment significantly weakens the argument for holding one's nose and voting Liberal just to get rid of Harper.
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Justin Trudeau at Presse Café in Montreal, 2011
Jesse McLaren | Trudeau's support for Harper's Bill C-51 is a continuation of Liberal tradition, revealing the coalition between the twin parties of corporate Canada.
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Michael Laxer | In 2015 any 'strategic voting' narrative should heavily favour the NDP. So why do the NDP seem stuck in 1993?
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Michael Laxer | There may be many reasons to oppose strategic voting calls of one type or another -- but ensuring the defeat of Stephen Harper is not one of them.
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Gary Shaul | The Catch 22 Campaign was one of several strategic voting initiatives in the 2011 federal election. C22 will not be doing a repeat in 2015.
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Ella Bedard | The B.C. Federation of Labour won't be running an "anyone but Harper" strategy in 2015. BC Federation of Labour will oppose strategic voting in 2015 Federal Election
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Ken Neumann | The tagline "Anything but Harper" just won't cut it in the 2015 federal election and neither will strategic voting. We need to vote for the kind of government we want to replace the Harper regime.
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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.
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Chrystia Freeland
David J. Climenhaga | If the Liberals do well in Edmonton-Strathcona in 2016, the Conservatives will win in the riding. Unfortunately, it's that simple.
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Nick Fillmore | Nick Fillmore weighs in on the Ontario election, strategic voting and describes his experiences volunteering with a campaign whose efforts went straight to stopping the Hudak agenda... and won.