bc election results 2013
While it may not be good for our democracy, one can understand why parties in power don't feel the need to court the youth vote. They are winning without it. Incumbents are being re-elected to power because they consistently win more support from the older part of the population who show up.
This was an election defined by fear and apathy. The lesson here is that negative advertising does work and voters still see B.C. as a two party province. I was appalled at my own numbers when they appeared after 8 p.m
The complacency for most of the B.C. NDP campaign was stunning.Dix backed himself into a corner with this entire positive, nice-nice, err on the side of caution theme. When he did begin to fight back against the attacks, it was just too late. The NDP began to look extremely hypocritical.
What do the B.C. NDP and the Toronto Maple Leafs have in common? Quite a bit, if Twitter can be believed. Adrian Dix's party
They should have gone negative: that's the conclusion a number of pundits are coming to after the NDP's stunning loss in
Just over half of British Columbia’s eligible voters showed up to election polls, according to early figures released Wednesday
It was a historic, completely unexpected comeback. After trailing in the polls for more than a year, often with a deficit
Are Adrian Dix's days as NDP leader numbered? The Province's Mike Smyth set off a torrent of speculation online when he tweeted
Polls closed in B.C.’s election tonight, and the armchair critics took to social media to offer their predictions, praises
It's election day in B.C. and the results will start flowing out after some 10,000 polls close at 8 p.m. If this is sport