Vancouver is about to enter one of the most interesting and uncertain elections in recent history. The mayor and most of the current councillors are not running for re-election, a number of new parties with similar sounding names have formed, and new campaign finance rules are limiting the influence of big moneyed donors like developers.
Here is my collection of resources to help you figure out who to vote for.
Where to Vote – You can vote at any polling station across the city. Polls are open 8am to 8pm.
Other election guides:
- Allen Pike’s election guide
- James Wanless’s guide
- Ian Mackinnon’s YVR Friendly Housing Guide
- Todd Smith’s Strategic Votes
Photo credit: City Of Vancouver
You sure like to use the word “bunch”. New parties do not come in bunches, grapes come in bunches, There may be a “number” of new parties, but not a bunch of them. Unless you think what I’m writing is a “bunch of baloney”. LOL.
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